First-year trainee doctors spend little time on patient care
(Reuters Health) – Over a typical 24-hour shift, first year residents training in internal medicine spend just three hours on direct patient care and only 1.8 hours on education, a U.S. study suggests. Reuters Health News
In Charge of Animal Disease Study, and Surveillance Bureau, expert on Disease Study, Surveillance, Early Warning/Response, Client Training, and Development. Executive Officer for projects avoiding spread of diseases. Works at Iran Veterinary Organization; Veterinarian, 2000 - present.