Published in AIDS Weekly, December 18th, 2000
In particular, female doctors and resident physicians were more unwilling to perform MMR, and "higher perceived risk of contracting HIV from MMR," was an additional factor associated with reluctance to perform this emergency ventilation procedure.
The survey of 325 resident physicians and faculty was conducted by emergency medicine department personnel at Brooklyn Hospital Center in New York, which is affiliated with Cornell University. The lead author of the report was B.E. Brenner ("Determinants of physician reluctance to...
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