Residency Policies & Procedures
VI. COMPETENCY AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS: PROCEDURES
FOR ADDRESSING PERFORMANCE DISAGREEMENTS
- A log must be kept on all patients seen during the Residency.
- Every three months (at the end of September, December, March, and
June) the Resident needs to prepare an overall tally on the Log Summary
sheet and turn the sheet in to the Residency Program Coordinator.
One copy of the Log Summary will be mailed to the Residentís preceptor;
the original copy will be entered into the Residentís academic record.
- Certification of training is partly based upon the Summary Sheet
information. The resident is responsible for sending a record
of this information to the training office. The Resident is advised
to save all individual log cards and a copy of all log summary sheets,
until Board certification.
- These data are used to monitor the residentís progress (for instance,
at the yearly review for advancement), to monitor the diversity of oneís
training experience, to justify or change the programís rotations in
order to provide well-rounded training; the data may be reviewed by
- Carry log cards with you at all times.
- Carry the cards of patients who are currently in your care with you
and use the empty spaces on the cards to write down additional pertinent
information. (Note: There is no need to change initial information.)
- Couples and families: only one card for one of the family members
is required; for groups: each patient needs a card.
You may drop your log summary by the office during business hours, place
it in the Residency mailbox in the 16th floor mailroom, or fax it to 685-8952.
If you have any questions, please contact the Residency Program Office
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