Carilion Clinic: “Resident Performance from the Patient’s View”

Resident Performance from the Patient’s View
Principal investigator: Richard M. Wardrop III, MD, PhD, FAAP, FACP, WakeMed Faculty Physicians, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech Cailion School of Medicine and the University of North Carolina School of Medicine 

The Resident Performance project intended to adapt an existing attendant-based evaluation into a patient-centered prototype tool that is concise, valid and reliable, and that enables patients to accurately assess resident performance on 4/6 ACGME competencies. Performance with regard to ACGME core competencies of residents who receive feedback and coaching using the patient-centered tool was compared to that of those who received attending-only feedback.


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