Quality improvement teaching at medical school: a student perspective

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Nair, Pooja ; Barai,Ishani ; Prasad,Sunila ; Gadhvi,Karishma (2016)
  • Publisher: Dove Press
  • Journal: Advances in Medical Education and Practice, volume 7, pages 171-172 (issn: 1179-7258, eissn: 1179-7258)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.2147/AMEP.S101395, pmc: PMC4807889
  • Subject: Special aspects of education | patient safety | Expert Opinion | R5-920 | medical student | medical school | LC8-6691 | patient satisfaction | clinical audit | Advances in Medical Education and Practice | quality improvement | UK | Medicine (General)
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Pooja Nair, Ishani Barai, Sunila Prasad, Karishma Gadhvi Department of Medicine, Imperial College School of Medicine, Imperial College London, London, UK Abstract: Guidelines in the UK require all doctors to actively take part in quality improvement. To ease future doctors into the process, formal quality improvement teaching can be delivered during medical school. Keywords: quality improvement, medical school, patient safety, patient satisfaction, medical student, clinical audit
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