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  • Residency coordinator titles

    According to HCPro's 2020 Residency Coordinator Salary Survey, the most common job title among respondents is "residency program coordinator," with 30% of responses (see Figure 5). This was the top title reported in our 2017 and 2019 surveys.

  • Study: Male residents are twice as likely to interrupt

    Male residents are more likely to interrupt during teaching conferences than female residents, according to a research letter published in JAMA Network Open.

  • Profile: Lowest-paid professionals

    Since we've taken an in-depth look at the highest earners who submitted responses to the 2020 Residency Coordinator Salary Survey, let's now take a look at respondents who earn $35,000 or less annually (lowest-paid professionals). In the 2020 survey, just 5% of survey respondents fall within this category, down from 11% in 2019.

  • Coordinators: Salaried vs. hourly pay

    We continue our dive into the 2020 Residency Coordinator Salary Survey with a look at how survey respondents are paid. Historically, a greater percentage of respondents have reported being salaried vs. being paid hourly, but that gap has been shrinking as the years have gone on.

  • Study: Residents frequently experience biased patient behaviors

    A recent study published in JAMA Network Open found that 98% of residents have experienced or witnessed biased behavior at least once from patients in the past year.

  • Editor’s note

    Since it's still early in the year, we want to know what’s on your GME wish list for 2021. What new developments in GME are you hoping to see this year? What tools or resources would you like to receive? Let us know.

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  • Heard this week

    “When you are unfamiliar with a topic being discussed on rounds, take the risk and ask about it. Better to sound a bit green and learn something new than to stay silent and not know what to do when you get that 3:00 a.m. call.”

    - Kirk Sidey, MD, discusses overcoming the fears that plague residents.