Studying the effects of ACGME duty hours limits on resident satisfaction: results from VA learners' perceptions survey.

@article{Kashner2010StudyingTE,
  title={Studying the effects of ACGME duty hours limits on resident satisfaction: results from VA learners' perceptions survey.},
  author={T. Michael Kashner and Steven S. Henley and Richard M Golden and John M. Byrne and Sheri Keitz and Grant W Cannon and Barbara K. Chang and Gloria J. Holland and David C. Aron and Elaine A. Muchmore and Annie B Wicker and Halbert White},
  journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges},
  year={2010},
  volume={85 7},
  pages={1130-9}
}
BACKGROUND As the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) deliberates over further limiting duty hours of graduate medical education (GME) trainees, few large-scale studies have shown residents to be satisfied with the effect the 2003 standards have had on clinical care, education outcomes, or working environments. This study measures the effect of the 2003 duty hours limits on resident-reported satisfaction with GME training during their rotations through the Department of… CONTINUE READING
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