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Zero Tolerance: Implementation and Evaluation of the Stanford Medical Student Mistreatment Prevention Program

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Smith-Coggins, R., Prober, C.G., Wakefield, K. et al. Zero Tolerance: Implementation and Evaluation of the Stanford Medical Student Mistreatment Prevention Program. Acad Psychiatry 41, 195–199 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40596-016-0523-1

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Keywords

  • Student Mistreatment
  • Senior Associate Dean
  • Mistreatment Behaviors
  • Residency Program Directors
  • Communication Skills Workshop