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Patient Safety & Orthopaedic Surgery Residents

In 2000, the Institute of Medicine distributed a report suggesting that many hospital errors were related to flaws within the healthcare delivery system. As a result of this report, patient safety initiatives have been initiated...

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Wanted: Pain Training in Psychiatry

Chronic pain is a public health problem of pandemic proportions that affects more than 70 million Americans. It’s among the most common concerns for healthcare professionals, and the annual costs associated with chronic pain...

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Non-Compliance High With Work-Hour Regulations

Non-compliance with work-hour regulations appears to be prevalent among surgical residents, according to survey findings from a Mount Sinai School of Medicine study. Non-compliance with the work-hour regulations was 64.6%, with...

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Balancing Life With a Career in Surgery

Graduate surgical education has changed significantly during the past 20 years. Several events have changed the landscape considerably, including the elimination of the pyramidal training system in 1983, the institution of the...

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