Residents: The Perils And Promise of Educating Young Doctors by David Ewing Duncan (1996) ISBN 0-684-19709-X (For those interested) Anyone read it? I am half way through it now and I am curious as to what current interns/residents think about it. I am 4 years from residency, but this book is really peaking my curiosity and helping me develop some questions for when I am interviewing at potential spots. This book discusses, among other things: - Extraordinarily long work hours - Scut work and the time it takes away from patient care - Endless hours of paperwork - Sleep deprivation and effect on performance - The attitude that "this way is the best way" to train doctors The book even talks about how it can affects one's personal life. Comments?