Patient Safety / Quality

Study: Fewer work hours for medical residents could have unintended consequences

A study in JAMA Internal Medicine comparing schedules of first-year residents found that fewer work hours increased the number of patient handoffs (affecting continuity of care), resulted in fewer educational opportunities, and led to perceptions of reduced quality of care. Read more.


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