Trauma morning report is the ideal environment to teach and evaluate resident communication and sign-outs in the 80 hour work week.

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BACKGROUND The 80h work week has raised concerns that complications may increase due to multiple sign-outs or poor communication. Trauma Surgery manages complex trauma and acute care surgical patients with rapidly changing physiology, clinical demands and a large volume of data that must be communicated to render safe, effective patient care. Trauma Morning… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.injury.2017.04.060

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@article{Ottinger2017TraumaMR, title={Trauma morning report is the ideal environment to teach and evaluate resident communication and sign-outs in the 80 hour work week.}, author={Mary E Ottinger and Sean F Monaghan and Shea C. Gregg and Andrew H Stephen and Michael D. Connolly and David T. Harrington and Charles Anum Adams and William G. Cioffi and Daithi Seamus Heffernan}, journal={Injury}, year={2017}, volume={48 9}, pages={2003-2009} }