Groups Protest 28-Hour Shifts for Medical Residents

According to this article in the Chicago Tribune, "Several groups are speaking out against a proposal to allow new doctors to work up to 28-hour shifts — an idea that's raised questions about patient safety, physician well-being and what's necessary to train great doctors." Read the article http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/ct-medical-residents-hours-0204-biz-20170203-story.html


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