SPOTLIGHT: Residents afraid to rock the boat

With the healthcare industry's increasing focus on preventing medical errors, one would think that interns and medical students who speak up about treatment concerns would be rewarded. But in reality, doctors-in-training are often afraid to confront supervising physicians, who often discount what they have to say, says Barron Lerner, M.D., of Columbia University Medical Center. Article

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