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Medicine > Residency Planning
The Residency Program Director's Handbook
Nield, Linda S.
ISBN 13: 
9781683089520
Previous ISBN (13): 
9781556457234
ISBN 10: 
1683089529
Category: 
Residency Planning
Edition: 
3
Publisher: 
HCPro
Format: 
Paperback
Status: 
Active
Pages: 
148
Weight: 
0.75
Retail Price: 
155.00
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Synopsis:
Residency program directors, who are full-time physicians themselves, are tasked with splitting their time between teaching residents, practicing medicine, and fulfilling their administrative duties. Understanding this to be no small task, authors Linda S. Nield, MD, and Jennifer L. Reemtsma, M.Ed., crafted The Residency Program Director's Handbook, Third Edition, to be an on-the-job manual for residency program directors and administrators. This book helps program directors make the most of their time by focusing on the issues and topics that most pertain to them and their residents' needs. Perfect for both new and seasoned program directors, this revised edition includes tips and best practices for developing a disciplinary policy, measuring outcomes, evaluating residents and faculty, assessing a curriculum, and understanding the program accreditation process and its various components. As the graduate medical education arena continues to evolve, Nield and Reemtsma have revised this resource to keep pace with the challenges that residency program directors face today. New to this edition is important information on the single accreditation system, the All-In Policy and waiver application processes, and managing physician and resident wellness, as well as practical tips for residency recruitment. This book will: Help new program directors gain a broad overview of graduate medical education Provide actionable insight into the topics residency program directors are most likely to encounter on a day-to-day basis Explain the single accreditation system and how programs can comply with its standards Offer guidance on the program director's role in facilitating physician and resident wellness

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