Teaching hospital system safety questioned
Teaching hospitals treat about half of U.S. inpatients, but government data reveals little about their safety records.
The training model for medical residents, which moves them quickly from observing to practicing on patients, is known as "see one, do one, teach one."
To that, Dr. Bertrand Bell, professor of medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York and a leader of efforts to reform resident supervision, told The Dallas Morning News he would add: "Sometimes kill one."
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