Increasing off-service resident productivity while on their emergency department rotation using shift cards.

@article{Chakravarthy2015IncreasingOR,
  title={Increasing off-service resident productivity while on their emergency department rotation using shift cards.},
  author={Bharath Chakravarthy and Emerson Posadas and Deena Y. Ibrahim and Kurt McArthur and Megan Boysen Osborn and Wirachin Hoonpongsimanont and Andrew Yui Cheong Wong and Shahram Lotfipour},
  journal={The Journal of emergency medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={48 4},
  pages={
          499-505
        }
}
BACKGROUND Differences in productivity between off-service residents rotating in the emergency department (ED) and their emergency medicine (EM) resident counterparts have never been directly quantified. OBJECTIVES We sought to quantify the difference between off-service residents rotating in the ED and their EM resident counterparts. We also sought to find whether shift cards could be used to increase the productivity of off-service residents rotating in the ED. METHODS This is a… CONTINUE READING
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