The downside of requiring young doctors to get more sleep
Slate, December 11, 2008
This Slate article considers the unintended consequences of trying to improve safety by limiting resident work hours. Working less comes with a big price tag, says the studies author: Countries that have imposed shorter work hours for residents have faced steep staffing shortages as well as questions about the quality of their medical training, according to the author.
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