Monthly Faculty Evaluations of Residents
Residents are evaluated after every block by their precepting attending. This is in the form of both written and verbal feedback.
Clinical Exam Exercise (CEX)
Faculty members observe and provide feedback to residents as they perform history and physical exams at the Vauxhall Community Health Center and in the hospital.
Monthly Resident-Resident Evaluations
Residents evaluate their educational experience with their senior and junior residents.
360 Degree Evaluations
Patients and staff, including nursing and case management, are selected to assess residents during several inpatient and outpatient rotations throughout the three-year training period. This feedback is given to residents during their semi-annual evaluations with the program director/associate program director.
The program director/associate program director meets with residents two times per year to review individual resident goals and performance, discuss in-training exams and give feedback regarding their performance.
Early Academic Year Review
Second- and third-year residents meet with the associate program director in early to late July to establish goals for the academic year, discuss future plans, and plan electives and selectives.
Residents are evaluated with written and technical skill performance tools during various procedures.
Located at The Mount Sinai Hospital, this center gives our PGY-1 residents an experience with structured patient encounters that are recorded. Each resident is given historical information on six patients. The resident then has time to question the patient, examine the patient, come up with a plan, and document his or her findings. The resident receives a score that is reviewed with him or her.