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“When I Was a Resident”: Duty Hour Rules Do Not Define Me

Recently, Rebecca Ulep wrote a rebuke of recent resident duty hour restrictions and their potential negative effects on physician education in a post entitled “When I Was a Resident”: How Duty Hour Rules Are Creating a Lost Generation of Physicians. … Continue reading

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“When I Was a Resident”: How Duty Hour Rules Are Creating a Lost Generation of Physicians.

  This article was written by a Pulmonary, Critical Care Fellow who completed residency after recent resident duty hour restrictions went into effect. During my internal medicine residency, we were allowed to work  a maximum of 30 hours per shift. … Continue reading

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5 Things No One Taught Me in Residency

Below is a Repost of a previous article, that is appropriate to this time of year. Since medical school, I’ve gone through an additional 6 years of training, read countless volumes of medical literature, and had the fortune of having … Continue reading

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