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Survey: DIOs thought CLER visits were positive

Residency Program Insider, July 7, 2017

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The majority of designated institutional officials (DIO) have a favorable view of their initial Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER) site visits, according to the results of a survey published in the Journal of Graduate Medical Education. Of the DIOs surveyed, 73% reported that their CLER visits positively impacted their clinical learning environments.

The survey also found that 72% of respondents said their institution made changes to address CLER focus areas prior to their site visits. However, only 32% said additional resources were allocated to address those areas after the visits.

Source: Journal of Graduate Medical Education



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