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Fig. 5 | Radiation Oncology

Fig. 5

From: Radiation oncology resident training in patient safety and quality improvement: a national survey of residency program directors

Fig. 5

a. Depicts responses from faculty and residents regarding the adequacy of resident patient safety and QI training. Faculty = % agreeing with the statement: “I feel that residents who graduate from my program are adequately prepared to meet the patient safety and QI expectations of clinical practice”. Residents = % agreeing with the statement: “I feel that the formal teaching of principles in patient safety and quality management is adequate in my radiation oncology residency”. b. Depicts responses from faculty and residents regarding exposure to patient safety and QI activities during training. Faculty = % agreeing with the statement: “I feel that residents who graduate from my program are adequately prepared to meet the patient safety and QI expectations of clinical practice.”. Residents = % reporting “formal exposure” or “practical experience” with ILS, RCA, and FMEA. ILS = Incident learning system, RCA = root cause analysis, FMEA = failure modes and effects analysis. Note: resident responses are adapted from Spraker et al. [5]

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