Duty hours in emergency medicine: balancing patient safety, resident wellness, and the resident training experience: a consensus response to the 2008 institute of medicine resident duty hours recommendations.

@article{Wagner2010DutyHI,
  title={Duty hours in emergency medicine: balancing patient safety, resident wellness, and the resident training experience: a consensus response to the 2008 institute of medicine resident duty hours recommendations.},
  author={Mary Jo Wagner and Stephen Wolf and Susan B. Promes and Doug McGee and Cheri Hobgood and Christopher I. Doty and Mara Ann McErlean and Alan R Janssen and Rebecca Smith-Coggins and Louis Ling and Amal Mattu and Stephen S Tantama and Michael Beeson and Thomas Brabson and Greg Christiansen and Brent King and Emily Luerssen and Robert Leo Muelleman},
  journal={Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={17 9},
  pages={
          1004-11
        }
}
Representatives of emergency medicine (EM) were asked to develop a consensus report that provided a review of the past and potential future effects of duty hour requirements for EM residency training. In addition to the restrictions made in 2003 by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), the potential effects of the 2008 Institute of Medicine (IOM) report on resident duty hours were postulated. The elements highlighted include patient safety, resident wellness, and the… CONTINUE READING

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