• 63. USE OF A NOVEL TOOL TO COMPARE FEEDBACK CULTURE IN A PEDIATRIC RESIDENCY AND FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS

    17 days ago - By Academic Pediatrics

    Effective feedback is essential for trainees to achieve clinical competence. An unsupportive institutional feedback culture can diminish the credibility and subsequent uptake of feedback. Data on feedback culture in pediatric training programs is limited. We, therefore, used a validated feedback environment survey tool to assess and compare the cultures in our pediatric residency and fellowship programs.
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  • 64. ASSESSING THE QUALITY OF PEER FEEDBACK AMONGST PEDIATRIC RESIDENTS

    17 days ago - By Academic Pediatrics

    An Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Common Program requirement states that a training program must evaluate resident performance in a timely manner and use multiple evaluators. Peer evaluation is one tool used by many programs to fulfill this requirement. Peer evaluation is critical to the development and training of residents because it allows for the assessment of cognitive and noncognitive skills not necessarily observed by faculty. A literature review showed that effective feedback should be performance-focused, specific, based directly on observable, or objective...
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  • 72. USE OF RESIDENT-SENSITIVE QUALITY MEASURE DATA TO MAKING AN ENTRUSTMENT DECISION IN A PEDIATRIC RESIDENCY

    18 days ago - By Academic Pediatrics

    Recent assessment innovations have included the development of resident-sensitive quality measures , which are characterized by: 1) their importance to care quality, and 2) likelihood they are performed by residents. This study explored how clinical competency committee members interpret, use, and prioritize RSQM data added to their usual review processes.
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