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Speaking up culture of medical students within an academic teaching hospital: Need of faculty working in patient safety.

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Summary of "Speaking up culture of medical students within an academic teaching hospital: Need of faculty working in patient safety."

Speaking up behavior is a manifestation the culture of safety in an organization; however, withholding voice is commonly observed. Within one academic teaching hospital, it was the aim to assess students' speaking up behaviors and perceived culture in order to stimulation of the academic development in terms of patient safety.

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Name: PloS one
ISSN: 1932-6203
Pages: e0222461

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