Monthly Archives: November 2012

“Don’t Know Much About”…The Effects Of Duty Hours Restrictions

This insightful opinion piece, written by trainees, points out we have undertaken duty hours restrictions with a marked impact on programs with no conclusive data that they benefit anyone. “There are data to support every opinion.” – Laura Willett, MD … Continue reading

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You Too Can Be A Successful Ward Attending

In a study of attendings and learners, researchers identified major domains of importance in determining the quality of the ward attending rounds: learning atmosphere (being non-intimidating and respectful); clinical teaching style (modeling bedside manner and thought process); communicating expectations for … Continue reading

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