Exploring the Construct of Psychological Safety in Medical Education.

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Summary of "Exploring the Construct of Psychological Safety in Medical Education."

Psychological safety (PS) is recognized as key in health professional education. However, most studies exploring PS in medical education have focused on mistreatment, thus focusing on what PS is not. The authors set out to explicitly explore learners' concept of PS in the context of medical education to better understand and define PS and its educational consequences for medical students.


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Name: Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges
ISSN: 1938-808X


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