Residency

Tip of the week: Highlight ACGME requirements

Residency Program Insider, October 23, 2007

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A good tip for coordinators or directors new to a residency program is to know the ACGME common program requirements backwards and forwards. These administrators should consider printing out program requirements and using highlighters to differentiate requirements that are common to all programs (for example, highlight common requirements in yellow) from requirements that are specialty-specific (for example, highlight specialty-specific requirements in green).

 

Such preparation will not only help you know where to go to seek answers to any requirements-related questions, this system will also help you prepare for the ACGME institutional and program reviews.



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