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From page 329...
... Although the issues to be studied are broad ones, to permit comprehensive coverage of the priority issues in the specified timeframe, the scope is limited to medical residents (versus all physicians or all healthcare workers) and their work schedules (versus all work processes or the entire work environment)
From page 330...
... Task #2: Develop Strategies for Implementing Optimal Resident Work Schedules • Make recommendations for how the strategies, practices, inter ventions, and tools identified in Task #1 can be implemented to optimize resident schedules to improve the safety of the healthcare work environment and the quality of care. • Recommend actions for stakeholders including residents, hospi tals, professional societies, accrediting bodies, administrators and funders of residency training programs, federal and state agencies, and policy makers at all levels.
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