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Document your clinical competency committee meeting

Residency Program Insider, October 13, 2017

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Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt from Clinical Competency Committees Made Simple. For more information about this book, click here.

It is important that your clinical competency committee (CCC) meeting be documented accurately and thoroughly by a designated individual. You need to decide who will be responsible for taking minutes prior to the meeting to allow for preparation. This person can be any CCC member, secretary, or, most likely, the program coordinator. You should consider how you want to record the information and then be prepared accordingly. Consider developing a template.

The meeting summary should include the following:

  • Membership and attendees
  • Date, time, location
  • Type of meeting: quarterly or semiannual
  • Resident information: name, PGY level, summary of evaluation
  • Milestones: level each resident has reached
  • Other discussion items related to residents or the program
  • Recommendations for promotion, remediation, or dismissal
     



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