Voici une sélection d'articles sur l'accréditation et la recertification des médecins, en particulier sur la détection des médecins à risque.
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Lee T. Certifying the Good Physician A Work in Progress, JAMA, 312 (22) 2340
Donaldson, Liam J., Sukhmeet S. Panesar, Pauline A. McAvoy, et Diana M. Scarrott. Identification of Poor Performance in a National Medical Workforce over 11 Years: An Observational Study. BMJ Quality & Safety 23, no 2 (2 janvier 2014): 147 152.
Kruys E. Revalidation of doctors, or how to spot the bad apples, access on the website
Dekker S., Leveson N., The systems approach to medicine: controversy and misconceptions, BMJ Qual Saf 2015 :24 :7 :9
Levitt P., Challenging the system approach : why adverse events rates are not improving, 2014, On line first
Dekker S., Leveson N., The bad apple theory won’t work, BMJ Qual Saf 2014, 23, 12, 1050
Pierce, O. Allen M. ProPublica , Assessing surgeon-level risk of patient harm during elective surgery for public reporting
Lee M. On Patient Safety: When Are We Too Old to Operate? Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research® 474, no 4 (27 janvier 2016): 895 98.
Harrison, E., Drake T., O’Neill S., Shaw C., Garden J., Wigmore S. Individual Surgeon Mortality Rates: Can Outliers Be Detected? A National Utility Analysis. BMJ Open 6, no. 10 (October 1, 2016): e012471.
Oshel R. Philip L. The Detection, Analysis, and Significance of Physician Clustering in Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Payouts.Journal of Patient Safety ON line first, LWW.
Tsugawa Y., Jena A., Figueroa J., Orav J., Blumenthal D ., Jha A., Comparison of Hospital Mortality and Readmission Rates
Liu J., Bell C. Disciplined doctors : learning from the pain of the past, BMJ QS 2107, 26, 174-76
Dang D., Nyberg D., Walrath J., Kim M. Development and Validation of the Johns Hopkins Disruptive Clinician Behaviour Survey, American Journal of Medical Quality 2015, Vol. 30(5) 470–476
Levinson W., Ginsburg S. Is it time to retire?, JAMA, April 2017, 317, 15, 1570-72
Welcher, C., Kirk L., Hawkins R.Alternative Pathways to Board RecertificationTo What End?JAMA. 2017 ; 317 (22):2279-2280. doi:10.1001/jama.2017.6120
Wong B., Ginsburg S. Speaking up against unsafe unprofessional behaviours: the difficulty in knowing when and how, BMJ Quality and Safety, On line first
Dellinger E., Pellegrini C., Gallagher T. The Aging Physician and the Medical Profession, a review, JAMA Surg. 2017;152(10):967-971. doi:10.1001/jamasurg.2017.2342
Wong BM, Ginsburg S. Speaking up against unsafe unprofessional behaviours: the diffculty in knowing when and how BMJ Qual Saf 2017;26:859–862.
Cardenas C., Self-regulation of the Medical Profession and Maintenance of Certification JAMA. 2018;319(1):83-84. doi:10.1001/jama.2017.1769