The Neurohospitalist in Residency Education

  title={The Neurohospitalist in Residency Education},
  author={Kieran Walsh},
  journal={The Neurohospitalist},
  pages={8 - 8}
  • K. Walsh
  • Published 1 January 2015
  • Medicine
  • The Neurohospitalist
Velez-Ruiz et al have given a helpful outline of the evolving role of the academic neurohospitalist in residency education. There are undoubtedly numerous advantages to the role—in clinical care, in medical education, and in the combination of the 2.1 However, as with all new reforms, there may be unintended consequences. Among other potential problems, the authors mentioned the “theoretical risk to future patients by not providing trainees the chance to make independent decisions in the… 
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