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Strategies for Safe and Effective Resident Supervision

by Medical Educator Researcher  at University of Chicago on Jun 06, 2010

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Presented at Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) meeting in Nashville, TN Mar 2010. Includes overview of resident supervision, function and type of supervision in various ...

Presented at Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) meeting in Nashville, TN Mar 2010. Includes overview of resident supervision, function and type of supervision in various specialties, and the SUPERB/SAFETY model of effective supervision. Includes link to video on YouTube for facilitating discussion.

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  • jh1000521 jh1000521 Good presentation!
    Work hours also attract attention and have dicussions on the issue in Taiwan. I quite agree with your point we should pay much more attention to 'appropriate supervision', which will be more effective to enhance interns/residents' learning and practice.
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  • shaikhani Shaikhani. at Shaikhani. Thanks for this nice presentation.
    Kindly make it public to be downloadable if possible.
    Kindly send me the references on:
    shaikhanimohammad@gmail.com
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