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How sherbino started their infographic journey
Who are you known as?
McMaster University Office of PGME (Postgraduate Medical Education)
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Story to tell in the infographic
The current model for postgraduate medical education is changing dramatically. A new vision for the PGME office is required top meet the new opportunities and challenges. The current organization of PGME is well designed. Other candidates will suggest why they fit the current structure. But the accreditation bodies (e.g. the organizations that provide the rules / structure of PGME) are changing every element of PGME to bring residency education into the 21st century. I want to demonstrate that I am the candidate that is thinking ahead to how things will be, NOT thinking about how I can continue to support the current structure / design.
Data to include in the infographic
21st Century Office of Postgraduate Medical Education
Leading in Residency Education
1. Assessment & Remediation
• Real time data & Learning curves
• Early course correction
• Process for discontinuation of training
2. Faculty Development
• Collaboration with Program for Faculty Development
• Scalable platforms
• New Models
• Choice architecture
• Just in time
• Continuous quality improvement
• Outcomes (not process)
4. Required Training Experiences
• Local HHR planning / integration with teaching hospitals
• Duty Hours
• Handover & Patient Safety
5. Resident wellness
• Transition to practice
6. Innovation (and Scholarship)
2. Resource stewardship
3. Accessibility and Accountability
• New platforms for communication
• Rapid response to crisis