Influx of residents raises drug errors at teaching hospitals

06/3/2010 | TIME (subscription required)

Thousands of new medical residents begin training programs in July, which correlates with a 10% increase in fatal medication errors at these teaching hospitals, U.S. researchers reported. Data showed the so-called "July Effect" was limited to drug errors and not to other types of medical mistakes or causes of death.

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