Learning Environments for Health Professionals
- Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER) Program.
- American Medical Association (2009). Progress on Transforming the Medical Education Learning Environment.
- Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). Statement on the Learning Environment and Resources.
- Bagian, J. P., et al. (2016). The Overarching Themes from the CLER National Report of Findings 2016. Journal of Graduate Medical Eduction 8 (2 Suppl 1): 21-23.
- Colbert-Getz, J. M., et al. (2014). Assessing medical students' and residents' perceptions of the learning environment: exploring validity evidence for the interpretation of scores from existing tools. Academic Medicine 89(12): 1687-1693.
- CLER National Report of Findings 2018. Journal of Graduate Medical Education 10 (4).
- Frenk, J., et al. (2010). Health professionals for a new century: transforming education to strengthen health systems in an interdependent world. Lancet 376(9756): 1923-1958.
- Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation (2018). Improving Environments for Learning in the Health Professions.
- Miller, B., Moore, D.E., & Balser, J. (2010). Beyond Flexner: A New Model for Continuous Learning in the Health Professions. Academic Medicine 85(2), 266-272.
- Nordquist, et al. (2013). “Living museums”: is it time to reconsider the learning landscape for professional and inter professional education? Journal of Interprofessional Care 27(S2): 2-4.
- Soemantri, D., et al. (2010). Measuring the educational environment in health professions studies: a systematic review. Medical Teacher 32(12): 947-952.
- Cutrer, et al. (2017). Fostering the Development of Master Adaptive Learners: A Conceptual Model to Guide Skill Acquisition in Medical Education. Academic Medicine 92(1): 70-75.
- Hoff, T. J., et al. (2004). Creating a learning environment to produce competent residents: the roles of culture and context. Academic Medicine 79(6): 532-539.
- Karani, R., et al. (2014). How medical students learn from residents in the workplace: a qualitative study. Academic Medicine 89(3): 490-496.
- National League for Nursing. Competencies for the Academic Nurse Educator.
- Srinivasan, et al. (2011). “Teaching as a Competency”: Competencies for Medical Educators. Academic Medicine 86(10): 1211-1220.
- Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). Surveys on Patient Safety Culture.
- Henderson, A., et al. (2012). Nursing students' perceptions of learning in practice environments: a review. Nurse Educ Today 32(3): 299-302.
- Kripalani S, Jackson AT, Schnipper JL, Coleman EA.(2007). Promoting effective transitions of care at hospital discharge: a review of key issues for hospitalists. J Hosp Med. Sep;2(5):314-23.
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- Association of American Medical Colleges. Diversity 3.0 Learning Series.
- Fried, J. M., et al. (2012). Eradicating medical student mistreatment: a longitudinal study of one institution's efforts. Academic Medicine 87(9): 1191-1198.
- Hafferty, F. W. (1998). Beyond curriculum reform: confronting medicine's hidden curriculum. Academic Medicine 73(4): 403-407.
Speaking Up about Unprofessional Behaviors
- Hickson, G. B., et al. (2007). A complementary approach to promoting professionalism: identifying, measuring, and addressing unprofessional behaviors. Academic Medicine. 82(11): 1040-1048.
- Martinez W., et al. (2015). Speaking up about patient safety concerns and unprofessional behaviour among residents: validation of two scales. BMJ Qual Saf. 2015 Jul 21.
- Martinez, W., et al. (2017). “Speaking up about traditional and professionalism-related patient safety threats: a national survey of interns and residents.” BMJ Qual Saf 26(11): 869-880
- Pichert, J.W., et al. (2013). An intervention model that promotes accountability: peer messengers and patient/family complaints. J Qual Patient Safety 39(10):435-46.
- Webb, L., et al. (2016). Using Coworker Observations to Promote Accountability for Disrespectful and Unsafe Behaviors by Physicians and Advanced Practice Professionals. The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, Volume 42; Number 4.