Study Dispels “July Effect” for In-Hospital Training for Heart Surgery

The perception that more medical errors occur in July for heart surgery (referred to as the “July Effect”) compared to other months due to an arrival of new influx of medical school graduates starting their in-hospital training is wrong, say researchers at Boston-based Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard University in a research study, “\”Debunking …

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