call schedule


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(1) A time period in which a resident is responsible for patients, usually understood to be the time span after normal working hours
(2) The rota itself

call schedule

Graduate education A time period in which a resident is responsible for Pts, usually understood to be the time span after normal working hours. See Home/beeper call, House officer, Jeopardy call, Long call, Nightfloat, Short call.
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I would not be critical of anyone's call schedule as long as the quality and safety of the care provided is the primary consideration.
Jensen notes that practices with complex call schedules, specific call-escalation protocols, or other advanced needs should consider options with an enhanced feature set.
* Nexstar has entered the conference call schedule with a date at the extreme back end of the period.
The administration appeared to please hospitalists when resolving call schedule disputes and coverage conflicts.
Tenders are invited for smartphone paging and call schedule management.
Auckland, New Zealand, April 20, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Call Scheduler is an exciting new application to help manage busy professionals call schedules. Users are automatically reminded of scheduled calls when a Bluetooth[R] hands-free device is connected.
As an apparent significant physician shortage looms, practices must seriously consider the benefits of retaining older physicians by adjusting workloads and call schedules.
"They established alliances and joined call schedules with other practitioners in their town," she said.