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Psychiatry Residency Training Program
 
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Residency Policies & Procedures
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VI. COMPETENCY AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS: PROCEDURES FOR ADDRESSING PERFORMANCE DISAGREEMENTS

EVALUATION OF RESIDENT PERFORMANCE ON CLINICAL ROTATIONS

A. Required Inpatient Rotations; Required Outpatient Rotations; Consultation-Liaison Rotations; ATC Rotation

  1. The Residency Training Office will send out evaluation forms (Appendix H) the first week of September, December, March, and June.
  2. Residents will be evaluated and will evaluate the rotation.
  3. The Attending will fill out the “Attending Report”.  Attendings are encouraged to discuss their evaluations with the Resident during supervision.  The resident will receive a copy of the Attending’s evaluation.  Evaluations may be written or typed without using the program’s evaluation forms as long as the evaluation includes Resident/Attending/rotation’s strengths and weaknesses and whether expectations and goals and objectives were met.
  4. Goals and objectives for the rotation should be considered in filling out evaluations.
  5. The Residency Training Office will:
    • file the Resident’s report on the rotation (to be used for planning, promotions, etc.), collate reports from different Residents, and send collated confidential evaluations to each attending every 6 months.
    • send a copy of the attending report to the Resident’s preceptor.
  6. The Residency Training Office will send out a reminder to discuss overall performance with the Resident, to each preceptor in May and November.

B. Child Rotations

CHMC will maintain its own evaluation system and send copies to the Residency Training Office.

 

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