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A modern shift in health care practice has led to increased patient censuses, rapid inpatient turnover, and other workflow complexities that contribute significantly to trainee burnout. Residents are uniquely positioned to provide insight on how to improve inefficient medical systems. However, longitudinal participation in quality improvement (QI) projects can be challenging for residents to prioritize given significant clinical responsibilities and other career development needs. Annualdoi:10.4300/jgme-d-20-01108.1 pmid:34178276 pmcid:PMC8207936 fatcat:tqc3gbxwnzbkpnbuq5uwilglam