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Reprints of recent Eisenberg articles now available

The following reprints of articles by AHRQ Director John M. Eisenberg, M.D., and colleagues are now available from the AHRQ Publications Clearinghouse:

  • "To err is preventable: Medical errors and academic medicine" (AHRQ Publication No. 01-R072), by Gregg Meyer, M.D., David I. Lewin, and Dr. Eisenberg in the May 2001 American Journal of Medicine 110, pp. 597-603.
  • "Can you keep a secret? Measuring the performance of those entrusted with personal health information" (AHRQ Publication No. 01-R044), an editorial by Dr. Eisenberg in the February 2001 Journal of General Internal Medicine 16, pp. 132-134.
  • "Setting a research agenda for medical errors and patient safety" (AHRQ Publication No. 01-R054), by Dr. Meyer, Nancy Foster, Shana Christrup, and Dr. Eisenberg in the April 2001 Health Services Research 36(1), pp. x-xx.
  • "Putting research to work: Reporting and enhancing the impact of health services research" (AHRQ Publication No. 01-R077), by Dr. Eisenberg in the June 2001 Health Services Research 36(2), pp. x-xvii.

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