Hi All!

Hope you are well! Many of you will soon see a new group of Residents perusing the hospital and so I’ve assembled a “Top 5” based on the literature and research on Orientation to new settings. This one-pager is designed to emphasize the key things to focus on during the first 6 months.
Please feel free to download, use, or suggest areas for improvement.
Warmly,
Jacqueline

Sources:

Deiorio N, Carney P, Kahl L, Bonura E, Juve A. Coaching: A new model for academic and career achievement. Med Edu Online 2016; 21.

Hiraoka M, Kamikawa G, McCartin R. A pilot structured resident orientation curriculum improves the confidence of incoming first-year obstetrics and gynecology residents. Hawaii J Med Public Health 2013; 72(11): 387-390.

Martin D, Nasmith L, Takahashi S, Harvey B. Exploring the experience of residents during the first six months of family medicine residency training. Canadian Medical Education Journal 2017; 8(1): 22-36.

Nellis D, Roberts S. Developing collegial relationships in a department and in a discipline. In: Solem M, Foote K, Monk J, editors. Aspiring academics: A resource book for graduate students and early career faculty. AAG Pearson 2009; 32-41.

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