Changes in the number of resident publications after inception of the 80-hour work week.

@article{Namdari2010ChangesIT,
  title={Changes in the number of resident publications after inception of the 80-hour work week.},
  author={Surena Namdari and Keith Baldwin and Barbara Weinraub and Samir Mehta},
  journal={Clinical orthopaedics and related research},
  year={2010},
  volume={468 8},
  pages={2278-83}
}
BACKGROUND Since the inception of resident work-hour regulations, there has been considerable concern regarding the influence of decreased work hours on graduate medical education. In particular, it is unclear whether implementation of work-hour restrictions has influenced resident academic performance as defined by quantity of peer-reviewed publications while participating in graduate medical education. QUESTIONS/PURPOSES We determined the impact of work-hour changes on resident involvement… CONTINUE READING

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