Residency

Set boundaries early on and stick to them during crises

Residency Program Alert, September 1, 2011

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Residents tend to go to program coordinators with all kinds of problems-both professional and personal-which can put you in a sticky situation. "When do you get involved with residents? You are involved [from the beginning]," says Nina Van Cleave, C-TAGME, pro­gram coordinator in the emergency medicine department at the University of Maryland in Baltimore. "You are the one they come to with everything, so you have to set boundaries."

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