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More inclusions and new studies!

We’re delighted to see our inclusion numbers steadily increasing, now with nine departments in five hospitals collaborating and even more people willing to join. We are increasing our capacity to be able to fulfill these requests. Some months ago, the landmark First Trial has been published...

Fit to Perform study starts at LUMC

After thorough field research, creating tests and gathering partners the Fit to Perform study officially started at the Leids Universitair Medisch Centrum (LUMC) Dept of Surgery department. This LUMC department is the first to start monitoring fatigue-induced impaired performance among doctors....

Fit to Perform Study

Over the past 20 years, there have been rapid adjustments of work-hour directives for medical professionals with far-reaching consequences in work scheduling and physician training programs. Interestingly, there is a lack of objective data to support these reforms and there is no validated objective measuring...

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