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#36 – My best mistake 

In today’s episode, the hosts discuss a paper about the medical errors committed by physicians—their triggers, the topics they reflect in relation to those errors, and what lessons they take away from those error experiences. While that is the topic of the paper, the hosts debate several points in the paper—not the least of which being: What can you do when your research data are actually chapters in a published book?  

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#34 – To be, or not to be … a CE … and how to get there: that is the educator question. 

How can organizations support the development of Clinical Educator Identity? In this episode of PAPERS Podcast, the hosts review a recent study that explores the factors affecting Clinical Educator Identity Formation and provides guidance on how organizations can support its development, maintenance, and advancement. How do we get to be who we are as educators? What are the enablers and barriers? How do personal, relational, and organizational factors impact the formation of Senior Clinical-Educator Identity? Listen in!

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