Residency

Ask the expert: How can we determine the "expected date" of our next program review?

Residency Program Insider, July 31, 2007

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Look at your most current residency review committee letter. Then use either the date of the letter or the effective date of the accreditation status, coupled with the date given in the letter, as the expected date of your next review. Although it is understood that the actual date of the next site visit might be many months after the expected date, using the expected date allows you to set a reasonable timeline for your survey preparation initiatives.



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