Beth Barron, MDColumbia University School of Medicine
Program Size: More than 101 residentsProgram Type: University-BasedClinical Setting: Self-Evaluation
This self evaluation is administered yearly to all residents in preparation for their end of the year key faculty advisor review. It is used to help the residents formulate a plan for improvement for the coming year and compared to milestone assessments by attendings and peers for discussion about any discrepancies.
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Programatic level discussion to identify the values we would like to emphasize to our learners as areas of self reflection and improvement. We attempt to cover areas within multiple competencies.
Residents need some framework before attempting this evaluation. Without this they are concerned about the ramifications as well as confused by its intent. The evaluation should be used only for formative assessement. Its focus is primarily on guiding the residents in a self reflection of their clinical skills and attitudes with the intention of planning for improvement in the coming year.
Faculty development should be done with the key faculty advisiors who are responsible for oversight of the resident's progress.
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