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Studying the Effects of ACGME Duty Hours Limits on Resident Satisfaction: Results From VA Learners' Perceptions Survey
Background As the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) deliberates over further limiting duty hours of graduate medical education (GME) trainees, few large-scale studies haveExpand
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Measuring progressive independence with the resident supervision index: empirical approach.
BACKGROUND A Resident Supervision Index (RSI) developed by our research team quantifies the intensity of resident supervision in graduate medical education, with the goal of testing for progressiveExpand
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Measuring the Intensity of Resident Supervision in the Department of Veterans Affairs: The Resident Supervision Index
Purpose To develop a survey instrument designed to quantify supervision by attending physicians in nonprocedural care and to assess the instrument's feasibility and reliability. Method In 2008, theExpand
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Problematic communications during 2016 fellowship recruitment in internal medicine
ABSTRACT Some internal medicine residency program directors have expressed concerns that their third-year residents may have been subjected to inappropriate communication during the 2016 fellowshipExpand
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Primary Care Residents Improve Knowledge, Skills, Attitudes, and Practice After a Clinical Curriculum With a Hospice
Effective approaches to teaching attitudes, knowledge, and skills to resident physicians in primary care that can be implemented in any residency program are needed. We examined the feasibility andExpand
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Medical Knowledge Assessment by Hematology and Medical Oncology In-Training Examinations Are Better Than Program Director Assessments at Predicting Subspecialty Certification Examination Performance
The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education’s Next Accreditation System requires training programs to demonstrate that fellows are achieving competence in medical knowledge (MK), as partExpand
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Adoption of a Uniform Start Date for Internal Medicine Fellowships and Other Advanced Training: An AAIM White Paper.
Author(s): Barrett, J Christian; Alweis, Richard; Frank, Michael; O'Connor, Alec; McConville, John F; Adams, Nancy Day; Arfons, Lisa; Bernard, Sheilah; Bradley, Thomas; Buckley, John D; Cohen, Ellen;Expand
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Guidelines for a Standardized Fellowship Letter of Recommendation.
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Delaying the Pediatric Fellowship Start Date to Improve Trainee Well-Being.
In this issue of The Journal, the Council of Pediatric Subspecialties (CoPS) is pleased to make its inaugural contribution to AMSPDC Pages. The work of the CoPS Fellowship Start Date Action TeamExpand
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