Continuing medical education providers have long known the value of checklists as follow-up reminders to implement what has been learned in their CME activities. Now Atul Gawande, author of numerous articles in The New Yorker magazine and of the books Complications and Better, makes a powerful case that the humble checklist should be elevated to a new level of importance in healthcare in his new book, The Checklist Manifesto. Gawande, who is a general and endocrine surgeon at the ...

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