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AAMC Resident Readiness Survey Pilot Project

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The AAMC is pilot testing a new process for providing feedback to medical schools about the performance of their graduates for continuous quality improvement (CQI) of the curricula. Early in the PGY1 year, program directors will be invited to respond to a survey via GME Track about the readiness of his or her residents. Recruitment of pilot participants (medical schools) is currently underway. Please see our Frequently Asked Questions for details. Further questions can be submitted to ResidentReadiness@aamc.org 

Benefits to Schools 

  • Assist schools in their CQI efforts
  • Assist schools in assessing their effectiveness in preparing students for residency
  • Help student affairs deans evaluate the utility of their Medical Student Performance Evaluations (MSPE) to program directors
  • Reduce staff time by eliminating the need for school-initiated surveys 

Benefits to Residency Program Directors

  • Reduce PD effort in providing feedback; replace the many individual schools’ feedback instruments
  • Standardize the questions and methods for collecting program director feedback
  • Provide opportunity to provide regular feedback to medical schools
     

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