Posted By Mark Alpert,
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Updated: Friday, June 6, 2014
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The Doctors Company Foundation Young Physicians Patient Safety Award is conferred in partnership with the National Patient Safety Foundation’s Lucian Leape Institute. The award recognizes young physicians for their deep personal insight into the significance of patient safety work. Awards are given for the best essays on the most instructional patient safety event that was a personal, transformational experience during the third or fourth clinical year in medical school or the first year in residency. Essays are judged by a distinguished panel of experts in patient safety.
Awardees for 2014 are:
- Maria Czarina Acelajado, MD, University of South Alabama College of Medicine
- Jennifer Bruno, BS, University of South Florida, Morsani College of Medicine
- Daniel Leifer, BS, University of California Davis School of Medicine
- John Nguyen, MD, University of Arizona College of Medicine
- Samantha Wang, BA, Yale University School of Medicine
- Emily Yue Wu, BS, Baylor College of Medicine
NPSF is proud to publish the 2014 essays on the P.S. Blog. For assurance of privacy, names of individuals and organizations have not been associated with the individual essays.
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