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Data from randomized controlled trials on the impact of restricted work hours are sparse. ... al. Effect of reducing interns' work hours on serious medical errors in intensive care units.
The study also assessed data on residents' work schedules, sleep, workload, and other factors. ... Excessive work hours degrade patient safety, but so too do excessive workloads and poor handoffs,” the authors wrote.
This month's issue considers resident work hours, care at Indian Health Service hospitals, and readmissions. ... Resident work hours have been getting shorter for decades. But a recent change from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education
death. The case led New York State to limit resident work hours and mandate the presence of senior physicians in the hospital in 1989. ... With housestaff working fewer hours, attendings became the most continuous physician presence, said Jeanne M.
Residency work hours and a focus on safety have changed the housestaff tableau—some say for better, others not. ... Some physicians feel the current training programs are too lax in hours and experience.
There's been a lot of work done with respect to residents and work hours, but we have limited data on attending physicians,” he said. ... As the health care environment changes with increasing restrictions on work hours and greater focus on
To U.S. physicians, limiting resident work hours to 48 per week seems unimaginable. ... Residents complained that work hours were costing them relationships with spouses, children and friends.
If the guy who has got a big mouth or the lady who is frustrated with work hours expresses it, then [you're] going to know the true reality of how ... We know that hospital medicine jobs can be very long hours, really hard and intense work,” she said.
The attending physician who performed this emergency delivery had been on duty for the past eight hours. ... Weinstein wrote. Work hours are predictable and shorter. The hospital employs the physician and covers a substantial amount of malpractice
I started [the blog] because there has been so much negativity and focus on work hours and performance measures and paperwork, that it seemed people were losing sight of the excitement ... removed. Dr. Thakur also continues to work on facilitating