Medical Residents Evaluation Delay

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  • Statistical unit : Evaluation Type of study : Cross-sectional, Observational Population : Evaluations of students from July 2010 to June 2011 at 2 hospitalsSampling scheme : random sample
  • What we found was delay is not affected by The block But it is minorly affect by The hospital The rotationWhich means the delay on average is for slightly lower at one hospital compared to the other and for core rotations rather than elective rotationsIntuitively according to the client, we thought that the more work a doctor had the more delayed he would be BUTWhen we looked at the effect of the number of evlauations, which is a proxy for workload, on delay and we found that it has hardly any effect on explaining delayFurthermore when we looked at all the factors and their effect together on delay in evaluation, we found that these factors do not reasonably account for delay
  • What we found was delay is not affected by The block But it is minorly affect by The hospital The rotationWhich means the delay on average is for slightly lower at one hospital compared to the other and for core rotations rather than elective rotationsIntuitively according to the client, we thought that the more work a doctor had the more delayed he would be BUTWhen we looked at the effect of the number of evlauations, which is a proxy for workload, on delay and we found that it has hardly any effect on explaining delayFurthermore when we looked at all the factors and their effect together on delay in evaluation, we found that these factors do not reasonably account for delay
  • Medical Residents Evaluation Delay

    1. 1. Group 20: PANTS Section 2Pramod Jindal Aiwen Xu Nicolas Mulroney Tim Dong Sean Ray
    2. 2.  Setting 1 minute summary Analysis and results Takeaways
    3. 3. Core Elective Student 1Core  Two types of rotation ◦ Core, Electives  Two semestersStudent 2 ◦ Winter, summer
    4. 4.  Studied evaluations from a snapshot of the 2010 and 2011 academic year ◦ At 2 hospitals FactorsNumber of Hospitals Block RotationEvaluations
    5. 5. Hospital 2 Hospital 1elective core summer winter
    6. 6. ≠ DELAY
    7. 7. Conclusion : The value of our study was to show none ofthe factors we studied have any bearing on delay time.Potential explanations : Psychological behavior difficult to capture Difficulty to map behavior in variablesFuture recommendations : Move on to other factors ◦ Doctor’s experience
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