Residency

Improving resident peer feedback

Residency Program Alert, October 1, 2015

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Peer assessment and feedback can be valuable tools in residency training. Residents observe the day-to-day work done by their peers, which can put them in a better position than faculty or attending physicians to provide meaningful and relevant feedback. Unfortunately, several factors can prevent residents from giving and receiving that feedback.

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