Should all residents publish research?

Not long ago, I stumbled upon a paper that argues – with a straight face – that every residency and fellowship program should be required, as a condition of their accreditation, to have each of their trainees publish at least one scientific paper in the peer-reviewed literature.


If this sounds like a good idea to you (or if you’re unfamiliar with Betteridge’s Law of Headlines, or if you simply want to hear me rant on YouTube for 12 minutes on this topic), check out the video below.


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