Medical residents to return to 24-hour shifts
First-year medical residents will again be allowed to work 24-hour shifts, which were previously prohibited amid concerns that fatigue caused problems for doctors and patients.
In a reversal of current practice, first-year medical residents will again be allowed to work 24-hour shifts, which were prohibited in recent years amid concerns that fatigue caused problems for doctors and their patients. (The Washington Post)
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