Residency

Tip of the week: Tie documentation to your PIF

Residency Program Insider, August 14, 2007

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When preparing for an ACGME site visit, the program coordinator should organize documentation in a way that ties it to the program information form (PIF). Consider putting together a file that corresponds with the first part of the PIF that deals with faculty credentials. The PIF does not require that you include faculty resumes, but you may want to gather such information and put them into a file for the surveyor. If the second part of your program's PIF asks about conferences, put together a separate file that includes conference titles, logs, and sign-in sheets.



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