This week we're talking about fatigue & risk management in healthcare workers.
Music by Solomon Krause-Imlach.
- Association of residency work hour reform with long term quality and costs of care of US physicians: observational study
- Education Outcomes in a Duty-Hour Flexibility Trial in Internal Medicine
- Figuring in fatigue: A commentary on Schwartz et al., “Fatigue in surgical residents: An analysis of duty-hours and the effect of hypothetical naps on predicted performance”
- Addressing fatigue in medical residents with biomathematical fatigue modeling
- Trends in Strategic Napping in Surgical Residents by Gender, Postgraduate Year, Work Schedule, and Clinical Rotation
- Fatigue in surgical residents an analysis of duty-hours and the effect of hypothetical naps on predicted performance
- Biomathematical Modeling Predicts Fatigue Risk in General Surgery Residents
Jaime K Devine is an interdisciplinary neuroscientist whose research focuses on how behavior and biology, specifically sleep and health, interact. She has a PhD in Neuroscience from Brandeis University and a Certificate in Sleep Medicine from Harvard Medical School. She is also a dedicated science communicator, runner, working mother and nerd.
Steve is an aspiring doctor studying at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. While working towards being a physician, Steve’s passion is teaching and has taught science both formally and informally for years at institutions committed to science education. Outside of school, Steve can be found running, strumming tunes on his ukulele, or playing some Nintendo.