Fatigue is an occupational risk in medical education that impacts residency training and workplace health and safety, with potential implications for patient safety. Successful management of fatigue risk is a shared responsibility, and can be summarized through the following principles:
Tools for Policy Makers
The tools below are intended as non prescriptive resources to support the local development of an institutional or program-level policy for the management of fatigue risk in postgraduate medical education.
Impact of Fatigue
Fatigue Risk Management
The FRM Toolkit Resource is the first national resource for Canadian postgraduate medical education. Non-prescriptive in nature, this toolkit will help to foster guidelines within your own institution.Download Toolkit