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New patient safety rules set by TJC are not supported by published evidence, study finds

New patient safety rules set by TJC are not supported by published evidence, study finds

Study employs eye-tracking technology to evaluate mental workload of intensive care unit nurses

Study employs eye-tracking technology to evaluate mental workload of intensive care unit nurses

Survey highlights the need for urgent action as burnout in emergency medicine workers hits a new high

Survey highlights the need for urgent action as burnout in emergency medicine workers hits a new high

No prison time for Tennessee nurse convicted of fatal drug error

No prison time for Tennessee nurse convicted of fatal drug error

Limiting resident-physician work hours reduces medical errors and adverse events

Limiting resident-physician work hours reduces medical errors and adverse events

Coaching program reduces emotional exhaustion and imposter syndrome among resident physicians

Coaching program reduces emotional exhaustion and imposter syndrome among resident physicians

Workplace mistreatment found to be common among all physicians

Workplace mistreatment found to be common among all physicians

Studies identify two groups of first-year residents who may be at risk of developing mental health issues

Studies identify two groups of first-year residents who may be at risk of developing mental health issues

Why nurses are raging and quitting after the Radonda Vaught verdict

Why nurses are raging and quitting after the Radonda Vaught verdict

Nurse convicted of neglect and negligent homicide for fatal drug error

Nurse convicted of neglect and negligent homicide for fatal drug error

Investigators analyze diverse data to identify patterns of diagnostic pitfalls

Investigators analyze diverse data to identify patterns of diagnostic pitfalls

Study reports a higher rate of burnout among midwives in the United States

Study reports a higher rate of burnout among midwives in the United States

Many people perceive the use of facial analytics in healthcare settings as a potential privacy threat

Many people perceive the use of facial analytics in healthcare settings as a potential privacy threat

Oral acetaminophen helps manage tonsillectomy pain in children at lower costs

Oral acetaminophen helps manage tonsillectomy pain in children at lower costs

More than one-third of physician assistants suffer from burnout, study reports

More than one-third of physician assistants suffer from burnout, study reports

Leading cardiovascular organizations call for global action to improve clinician well-being

Leading cardiovascular organizations call for global action to improve clinician well-being

WVU researcher-led effort ensures accuracy of data that dictates cancer patient's radiation therapy

WVU researcher-led effort ensures accuracy of data that dictates cancer patient's radiation therapy

PSMF survey: Only 45% of patients feel in control of their health

PSMF survey: Only 45% of patients feel in control of their health

A primary care physician for every American, science panel urges

A primary care physician for every American, science panel urges

Critical care nurses in poor physical and mental health report more medical errors

Critical care nurses in poor physical and mental health report more medical errors