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I recently wrote a commentary with a colleague and QI expert Dr. Jennifer Myers who works at Penn. In that piece, we discussed the tension between the different ways we tend to measure success in QI training -- for example, if the project doesn't work out (as it often does not), how do we know if the residents learned something valuable that they can take forward? In other words, how important is it for resident QI projects to actually work out?