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The authors noted that physicians work in big teams in the hospital, which mutes the impact of any single doctor on the quality of patient care.The authors noted that physicians work in big teams in the hospital, which mutes the impact of any single doctor on the quality of patient care.

Study says limits on residency work hours didn't affect doctor performance

When reforms shortened working hours for U.S. doctors-in-training, some worried: Was that enough time to learn the art of medicine? Would future patients suffer?Now a study has answers, finding no difference in hospital deaths, readmissions or costs when comparing results from doctors trained beforeWhen reforms shortened working hours for U.S. doctors-in-training, some worried: Was that enough time to learn the art of medicine? Would future patients suffer?Now a study has answers, finding no difference in hospital deaths, readmissions or costs when comparing results from doctors trained before

Shortening trainee doctor hours hasn't harmed patients

When reforms shortened working hours for U.S. doctors-in-training, some worried: Was that enough time to learn the art of medicine? Would future patients suffer?

Shortening trainee doctor hours hasn't harmed patients

Capping training hours for medical residents at 80 hours per week in the USA has not impacted the quality of care given by new physicians.Capping training hours for medical residents at 80 hours per week in the USA has not impacted the quality of care given by new physicians.

Capping medical residency hours does not hamper quality of training

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Shortening trainee doctor hours hasn't harmed... | Taiwan News

When new rules capped training hours for medical residents at 80 hours per week in 2003, critics worried that the change would leave physicians-in-training unprepared for the challenges of independent practice. New research, published today in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) and led by scientists in the Department of Health Care Policy in the Blavatnik […]

Capping medical residency hours does not hamper new doctors’ quality of training - Vascular News

Reforms that shortened residents’ work hours did not have a negative impact on patients, a new study found. A move that capped residents’ work hours at 80 hours a week in 2003 did not make a difference in terms of patient mortality within 30 days of being hospitalized, readmissions or inpatient spending, according to the study published in the BMJ.Reforms that shortened residents’ work hours did not have a negative impact on patients, a new study found. A move that capped residents’ work hours at 80 hours a week in 2003 did not make a difference in terms of patient mortality within 30 days of being hospitalized, readmissions or inpatient spending, according to the study published in the BMJ.

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When reforms shortened working hours for U.S. doctors-in-training, some worried: Was that enough time to learn the art of medicine? Would future patients suffer?When reforms shortened working hours for U.S. doctors-in-training, some worried: Was that enough time to learn the art of medicine? Would future patients suffer?

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‘Some still long for the old days of 100-hour work weeks, but most of the world has moved on.’‘Some still long for the old days of 100-hour work weeks, but most of the world has moved on.’

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