Medical Malpractice

Sep 15, 2016

Quantity Over Quality Is a Bad Way to Train a Surgeon

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New research from Johns Hopkins has identified a potentially fatal flaw in the current methods used to evaluate surgeons in training. The study followed 23 Johns Hopkins medical residents, ranging from their first to fifth year of residency, as they performed three different approaches to a common shoulder surgery on cadavers. The results were encouraging [...]