Remaking surgical socialization: Work hour restrictions, rites of passage, and occupational identity
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- Jagsi, Reshma & Surender, Rebecca, 2004. "Regulation of junior doctors' work hours: an analysis of British and American doctors' experiences and attitudes," Social Science & Medicine, Elsevier, vol. 58(11), pages 2181-2191, June.
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KeywordsUSA; Physicians; Patient safety; Resident socialization; Occupational identity; Rites of passage; Work hour restrictions; Surgical residency; Medical education;
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