The Increased Financial Burden of Further Proposed Orthopaedic Resident Work-Hour Reductions

Kamath, Atul F.; Baldwin, Keith; Meade, Lauren K.; Powell, Adam C.; Mehta, Samir
April 2011
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;4/6/2011, Vol. 93-A Issue 7, p703
Academic Journal
An excerpt from the article "The Increased Financial Burden of Further Proposed Orthopaedic Resident Work-Hour Reductions," by Atul F. Kamath and colleagues which appeared at the website jbjs.org is presented.


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