Residency

Coordinator’s corner: The resident portfolio-file conundrum

Residency Program Alert, July 1, 2009

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Every program has its own idea of what constitutes a resident portfolio and file and what they should contain. In some programs, they’re two separate entities, whereas others treat them as one and the same. But there’s a broad definition coordinators should consider when working with program directors to develop or restructure their portfolio system.

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