Residency

Establish ongoing preparation between program accreditation cycles

Residency Program Alert, November 1, 2011

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Many residency program directors and coordinators think that once they get their site visit results and receive a three- to five-year accreditation cycle they can take a break until their next site visit. But, in reality, programs should begin immediately preparing for their next site visit and update their documentation on an annual basis regardless of their accreditation cycle length. Although this may sound daunting, it is completely manageable if programs follow some basic planning tips.

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