17.2| Volume 42, ISSUE 10, P974, October 2011

Using the tip apex distances of dynamic hip screw radiographs as a surrogate marker of quality improve due the “Hawthorne effect”

      The purpose of the study was to evaluate if the quality of post operative radiographs improved once the surgeons involved knew that all operative radiographs would be peer reviewed by the by the whole department on weekly basis, using the tip apex distance of DHS cases as a surrogate marker.
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