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, 3 (12), e497

Are Residents' Extended Shifts Associated With Adverse Events?

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Are Residents' Extended Shifts Associated With Adverse Events?

Mariana Szklo-Coxe. PLoS Med.

Abstract

Szklo-Coxe discusses a new prospective study in PLoS Medicine that examined the relationship between residents' work patterns and adverse clinical events.

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Competing Interests: The author has declared that no competing interests exist.

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