Report: Most physicians sleep fewer hours than needed for peak performance
Science Daily, March 6, 2008
Physicians are not getting the sleep they need to function at their best and current work schedules may contribute to their inadequate sleep, according to a survey released by the American College of Chest Physicians Sleep Institute. The survey found that most physicians sleep fewer hours than needed for peak performance and nearly half of physicians believe their work schedules do not allow for adequate sleep.
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