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Optimising rotas, not doctors’ behaviour, will improve safety

09:44 EDT 17 Apr 2018 | British Medical Journal

Frequent shifts in junior doctors’ rotas cause harm to patients and doctors due to tiredness, fatigue, attentional failures, and cognitive impairment.1234 A recent article in The BMJ may give the...

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