Duty, Trust, and the Training of Residents
Journal of Trauma 2000 October; 49(4): 575-579
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Residents' Perceptions of Professionalism in Training and Practice: Barriers, Promoters, and Duty Hour Requirements Ratanawongsa, Neda; Bolen, Shari; Howell, Eric E.; Kern, David E.; Sisson, Stephen D.; Larriviere, Dan (2006-07)
Professional Values, Value Conflicts, and Assessments of the Duty-Hour Restrictions After Six Years: A Multi-Institutional Study of Surgical Faculty and Residents Coverdill, James E; Carbonell, Alfredo M; Cogbill, Thomas H; Fryer, Jonathan; Fuhrman, George M; Harold, Kristi L; Hiatt, Jonathan R; Moore, Richard A; Nakayama, Don K; Nelson, M Timothy; Schlatter, Marc; Sidwell, Richard A; Tarpley, John L; Termuhlen, Paula M; Wohltmann, Christopher; Mellinger, John D (2011-01)the aim of this study was to explore professional values, value conflicts, and assessments of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education's duty-hour restrictions.