A prerogatives-based model for assessing and managing the resident in difficulty.

Abstract

This paper describes a comprehensive, well-tested approach to managing residents with vexing noncognitive performance and attitudinal difficulties. Frustrations surrounding such cases often stem from inadequately defining and acknowledging the boundaries of faculty and resident prerogatives. Conceptual order is brought to these ill-structured problems by… (More)

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