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Medical residents yield to doctors' orders even when they're wrong - and patients suffer, study suggests
by Tom Blackwell
National Post Translate This Article
29 March 2015
On 29 March 2015 National Post reported:
A revealing new study suggests the pressure to bow to authority still weighs heavily on medical residents and can sometimes put patients at risk. Anesthesia trainees told researchers that fear and intimidation kept them from questioning doctors and that some specialists 'took pride' in abusing them. The study has the potential to be something of a landmark, drawing the curtain on a reality often discussed in staff rooms but rarely made public, said Susan O'Leary, president of the Canadian Anesthesiology Society.
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Global Good News sees it as a positive trend that the study was done things and according to one comment in the article 'many medical schools are encouraging a healthier culture.'
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