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The Journal of Graduate Medical Education is peer-reviewed and seeks to inform and engage the graduate medical education community.
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Formal training with an experiential communications course increased pediatrics residents' perceived preparedness to manage discriminatory comments in clinical encounters
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ACGME May 22
“Compassion for patients is critical to the well-being of the patient—and to the physician.” Dominic Vachon at .
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ACGME May 22
“When we are in a compassionate mindset we are at our best—for our patients and for ourselves.” Dr. Dominic Vachon at the .
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JGME May 22
This study found that burnout was associated w/loneliness in a dose-dependent fashion & provides a starting point for research on how group & social network factors affect trainee burnout
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JGME May 21
A study of pediatrics and pediatrics subspecialty program directors found that phrases commonly used in letters of recommendation influenced their perception of candidates
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JGME May 17
A real-time tracking system offers a scalable approach to understand where residents spend their time in the hospital
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Neil Kothari, M.D. May 16
We hope this paper starts some real dialogue about the variations in state board verification of training forms
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JGME May 16
Among US states & territories, there is great variability in verification of training forms required for allopathic physicians. They focus on disciplinary actions & don’t ask questions PDs use to assess resident performance
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Harvard Macy May 14
Working through a challenging revise & resubmit? Check out this new paper by editors , , Lalena M. Yarris, & providing guidance to help you get to "ACCEPTED!"
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JGME May 15
We have published more than 60 articles on resident well-being since 2009. Find our collections of interventions, review articles, perspectives, and personal stories on our website
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JGME May 14
This study provides insight into why residents & faculty theorize that entrustment anchors are better than traditional for workplace-based assessment. The more pragmatic language makes them concrete & more easily justifiable
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JGME May 13
Most pediatrics residents in this study recognized that the I-PASS handoff program improves patient safety, yet reported that they don't use all its elements in the majority of handoffs when they aren't being observed
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Nauzley Abedini May 9
A huge honor to have our study on resident burnout selected for Updates in at . I Eternally grateful to my team and the many people who supported this project. Teamwork makes the dream work!
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JGME May 9
Factors program directors use to select applicants for residency vary, & many have little supporting evidence in predicting future applicant performance. Program directors should be skeptical of making summative decisions based on any 1 factor
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OHSU SoMedicine May 7
RT : Absolutely incredible hot off the press 🔥🔥 !! so many alumni and current faculty on this author list!
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JGME May 6
A resident-led quality improvement initiative with a multifaceted intervention that included a financial incentive improved documentation of surrogate decision makers for hospitalized adults
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Avraham Cooper May 2
10+ years ago asked my class to write letters to our future physician selves. Reflecting on my medical journey so far, I decided to write a letter back. So thrilled that it was published in
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JGME May 2
What would you say to your M1 self? In our April issue , who will soon transition from fellowship to a faculty position, imagined what he would say and wrote a letter
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JGME May 1
This consensus guideline can be used to develop new resident- as-teacher programming, evaluate current offerings, & further enhance the culture of teaching
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JGME Apr 30
These recommendations for cross-cover care had high consensus among a panel of physicians from medical & surgical specialties. Implementation in curricula can offer a shared foundation for providing care in this role
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