Accommodating pregnant emergency physicians.

@article{Calder2014AccommodatingPE,
  title={Accommodating pregnant emergency physicians.},
  author={Lisa Anne Calder and A. Cwinn},
  journal={CJEM},
  year={2014},
  volume={16 4},
  pages={
          259-61
        }
}
Pregnant emergency physicians have unique needs that may not be explicitly addressed by departmental policy or culture within emergency departments (EDs). Essentially, the issue is how to optimize the health and safety of pregnant emergency physicians and their offspring. The policy Accommodating Pregnant Emergency Physicians: A Guiding Document, which our department developed and implemented (Appendix), and its rationale and methodology are explained. The changing physician workforce in Canada… CONTINUE READING

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