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AHRQ Radio Podcast - Lead Story: Medical Intern Fatigue and Errors
AUDIO PODCAST: Newscast
Wednesday, December 20, 2006 2:00 PM
Lead Story: Medical Intern Fatigue and Errors

The cost of treating adults with diabetes R01 grant applications now require electronic submission And a new study has found that doctors in training who work five or more extra-long hospital shifts in a month are prone to making serious medical errors. But first, here’s a message from the U.S. Public Health Service.

Podcast Description:

This audio program features current news and information from the U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).

  • This week’s News and Numbers looks at the cost of treating adults with diabetes;
  • R01 grant applications now require electronic submission;
  • And a new study has found that doctors in training who work five or more extra-long hospital shifts in a month are prone to making serious medical errors.

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Duration: 08:59 (MM:SS)  File Size: 8.22 MB
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