Workplace culture affects interns’ safety attitudes

A new study has helped improve intern pharmacists' safety attitudes... but could that improvement be sustained? Researchers from the University of Sydney have evaluated the effectiveness of a face-to-face intervention designed to improve current patient safety attitudes among intern pharmacists. Specifically, the study examined the short- and medium-term effect of intervention in changing interns’ attitudes

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