I was a surgical residency program director for many years. Not long before I left medical education, I had to stop allowing residents to dictate cases they did. It began to take me longer to proofread and correct their dictation than the time it would have taken for me to dictate them myself.
Here are two examples. The first is from the dictation of an open cholecystectomy.
The next one is the actual dictation of a tracheostomy in its entirety. Parts that are inaccurate and/or incomprehensible are underlined in red.
I think I was correct in my decision to take over the dictating duties, don't you?