The impact of the European Working Time Directive ten years on: views of the UK medical graduates of 2002 surveyed in 2013-2014
Objectives: To report doctors’ views about the European Working Time Directive (EWTD).
Design: Survey of the medical graduates of 2002 (surveyed in 2013-2014).
Participants: Medical graduates.
Main outcome measures: Questions on views about the EWTD.
Results: The response rate was 64% (2056/3196). 12% of respondents agreed that the EWTD had benefited senior doctors, 39% that it benefited junior doctors, and 17% that it had benef...Expand abstract
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