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Trainee Evaluations, Reviews, and Confidentiality: Framework to Mitigate Bias

To finish out this blog series on trainee review, confidentiality, and psychological safety, reviewing a framework to help all aspects of academic medicine mitigate bias in our work seemed fitting. Whether it be patient care or candidate selection, Dr. Quinn Capers, IV, Interventional Cardiologist, Professor at UT Southwestern, Vice Chair of Diversity and Equity, and previous transformational leader at the Ohio State University, has given us a robust framework to utilize that I...

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Trainee Evaluations, Reviews, and Confidentiality: Gaps for Improvement

Last week, I gave a few personal case studies on what led me to change my mind about full transparency regarding resident progress. The perspective-taking outcome from that has given me a new lens and a different way of viewing this difficult topic.  This week, I want to unpack it a little more.

 

The ACGME mandates programs to have a Clinical Competency Committee (CCC) with at least three members, one of which is a core faculty member. They are tasked with reviewing each resident...

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Trainee Evaluations, Reviews, and Confidentiality: Case Study Reflections

I do like a good milestone. So, while I may or may not make any resolutions for the New Year, I think it’s important to pause, reflect, and refine. This year I used Sahil Bloom’s annual review. The first question was, “What did you change your mind about this year?”

 

At first glance, I wondered, “Did I actually change my mind about anything?” But, just like anytime we give our brains space to answer and reject the initial “I don’t...

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