Moonlighting: what residents do in their free time is their decision.

Abstract

Available data do not support the claim that moonlighting, or employment outside psychiatric residency programs, is a dangerous activity for residents, patients, or employers of moonlighters. Moonlighting may beneficially supplement the education of a psychiatric resident as well as be important to residents economically. The author contends that the role… (More)

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@article{Factor1991MoonlightingWR, title={Moonlighting: what residents do in their free time is their decision.}, author={Robert M. Factor}, journal={Hospital & community psychiatry}, year={1991}, volume={42 7}, pages={739-42} }