The Eighty-Hour Workweek: Surgical Attendings' Perspectives
Menon, Rema P
Kotwall, Cyrus A
Clancy, Thomas V
Hope, William W
Journal of surgical education 2010 Jan-Feb; 67(1): 25-31
The year 2008 was a sentinel year in resident education; this was the first graduating general surgery class trained entirely under the 80-hour workweek. The purpose of this study was to evaluate attending surgeon perceptions of surgical resident attitudes and performance before and after duty-hour restrictions.
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