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Education increases adverse event reporting

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A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Sept. 6 finds that educational outreach has the greatest impact on improving physician reporting of adverse events during the first four months after educational intervention. Study evaluated 6,451 physicians in the northern region of Portugal and found that in the year following an hour-long educational program, physicians increased their ADR reporting rate 10-fold. Study authors Adolfo Figueiras et al. noted that the reporting rate increased "sharply" in the initial phase but that "the magnitude of the effected decreased in subsequent periods, remaining statistically significant through the first 12 months"...
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