Quebec AM | Jul 3, 2012 | 12:11

Changes to hours medical residents in Quebec can work

In an attempt to reduce medical errors and prevent burnouts, medical residents in Quebec can no longer work 24 hour shifts. We'll speak to a few medical professionals who work with residents about what problems this will solve, and what problems it might cause as well.

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