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P-I-F: Spell out the coordinator’s role in preparing the program information form

Residency Program Alert, February 1, 2011

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Hearing the phrase “accreditation site visit” is enough to make any residency program coordinator’s pulse quicken. Although the thought of the ACGME examining the program under a microscope is nerve-racking, a thoughtfully prepared program information form (PIF) is critical to achieving favorable accreditation outcomes.

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