Looking at the Training of House Staff

James Scheuer, Monroe H. Spector, Jesse Lachter, Boyd A. Swinburn, Jeremy O. Cooper, John B. Mawson, Steven A. Wartman, Harlan G. Rich, Harley A. Rotbart, Rufus W. Head, Russell Yang, Dwain L Thiele, David A. Asch, Ruth M. Parker, Timothy B. Mccall, Robert M. Glickman

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Abstract

To the Editor: The four articles under the title “Sounding Board” in the March 24 issue1234 contain important background information and thoughtful commentary on the recommendations of the Ad Hoc Advisory Committee on Emergency Services in New York. It is clear that supervision of house officers can and should be strengthened and their work hours more carefully regulated. However, the problem goes much deeper. Numerous factors have gradually made the jobs of house officers more difficult. I believe that many of these, at least in New York State, are related to an overregulated hospital system that has been inadequately financed.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)718-722
Number of pages5
JournalNew England Journal of Medicine
Volume319
Issue number11
DOIs
StatePublished - Sep 15 1988

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    Scheuer, J., Spector, M. H., Lachter, J., Swinburn, B. A., Cooper, J. O., Mawson, J. B., Wartman, S. A., Rich, H. G., Rotbart, H. A., Head, R. W., Yang, R., Thiele, D. L., Asch, D. A., Parker, R. M., Mccall, T. B., & Glickman, R. M. (1988). Looking at the Training of House Staff. New England Journal of Medicine, 319(11), 718-722. https://doi.org/10.1056/NEJM198809153191112