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Fatigue in radiology: A fertile area for future research.

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Summary of "Fatigue in radiology: A fertile area for future research."

Fatigue in radiologists may be responsible for a large number of medical errors. This review describes the latest research on fatigue in radiology. This includes measurement methods, and recent evidence on how fatigue affects accuracy in laboratory test conditions and in clinical practice. The extensive opportunities for future research in the area are explored, including testing interventions to reduce fatigue-related error, and further understanding of which fatigue measures correlate with errors. Finally we explore the possibility of answering these questions using large population based observational studies and pragmatic integrated randomised controlled trials.

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Name: The British journal of radiology
ISSN: 1748-880X
Pages: 20190043

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