Perceptions of graduating general surgery chief residents: are they confident in their training?

@article{Friedell2014PerceptionsOG,
  title={Perceptions of graduating general surgery chief residents: are they confident in their training?},
  author={Mark Friedell and Thomas J. Vandermeer and Michael Lee Cheatham and George Michael Fuhrman and Paul Joseph Schenarts and John D. Mellinger and Jon B. Morris},
  journal={Journal of the American College of Surgeons},
  year={2014},
  volume={218 4},
  pages={695-703}
}
BACKGROUND Debate exists within the surgical education community about whether 5 years is sufficient time to train a general surgeon, whether graduating chief residents are confident in their skills, why residents choose to do fellowships, and the scope of general surgery practice today. STUDY DESIGN In May 2013, a 16-question online survey was sent to every general surgery program director in the United States for dissemination to each graduating chief resident (CR). RESULTS Of the 297… CONTINUE READING
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