Capping medical residency hours does not hamper new doctors' quality of training
11 days ago - By ScienceDaily
First national study shows cutting residents' training hours has not resulted in lower performance for new doctors. Resident training was capped at 80 hours per week in 2003, down from 100+ hours, a controversial move that left many worried. Despite worries, reduced hours did not change 30-day patient mortality, readmissions or spending.
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Cuts to Trainee Doctors' Hours Haven't Affected Care
11 days ago - By Web MD
They analyzed nearly 486,000 hospitalizations of Medicare patients before and after the training hours cap was implemented and found no evidence that it had any impact on the quality of care delivered by new physicians.
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