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It's great to be a part of such a dedicated group here. The event is just started and already the conversation is picking up steam!

Residency programs have made great strides in wellness for their learners, but the issue of interns being safe and functional after a 24+4 shift is still concerning. There are many examples of interns getting in accidents after these shifts, and with iCOMPARE allowing them as frequently as Q3 days, the topic of wellness comes up again. What are some ways that iCOMPARE and FIRST can help us implement guidelines that maximize learning and patient care, but are also safe for interns after long shifts?