Presentation on theme: "By Sarina Richards Program Coordinator Beth Israel Medical Center, NY, NY Emergency Medicine Residency Program EMARC/CORD Meeting March 2 – 5 2011 San."— Presentation transcript:
By Sarina Richards Program Coordinator Beth Israel Medical Center, NY, NY Emergency Medicine Residency Program EMARC/CORD Meeting March 2 – 5 2011 San Diego, CA
Goal The goal of this presentation is to demonstrate one example of how coordinators can take a pro-active approach in the scope of time management by preparing a formal presentation to your new incoming residents during orientation.
1. It’s the start of residency 2. All “new” residents are present 3. Informal setting 4. No outside distractions 5. Optimal time to introduce yourself and give overview of your role and expectations.
Objective: Help new residents understand how you interact with the residency leadership team and: EM Core Faculty/Chief Residents GME Department EM Admin Office/Support Staff HR/IT Help Desk/AP In/Out Rotation Directors and Coordinators
Objective: To identify the specific tasks that require completion within a specific time frame.
Objective: To identify what mode of communication you employ to reach with your residents: Email During Weekly Conference (Admin Time) Internal Mail (resident’s mail boxes) Phone Pager
Objective: To acquaint new residents with the RMT used by your program. To identify specific requirements that fall under your oversight. (a) Procedures (b) Patient follow up (c) Evaluations (d) Duty hours Make sure you are very familiar with the tools you manage.
Objectives: To identify specific administrative requirements that occur: Annually Semi Annually Monthly Weekly Periodically
SDOT (Chief Complaint ) Interesting case M & M Grand Rounds Program Evaluations Annual Health Assessment What are some others?
Objective: To identify the items that will be reviewed during the semi annual meeting.
Objective: To list the monthly requirements with time frames for completion. Rotation evaluations Submission of lecture hand outs Duty hours What are others?
Objective: To show new residents the importance of documentation and the adherence to the ACGME mandated six Core Competencies. The Key To Success Is: “Good Documentation”
It is our responsibility to communicate our administrative requirements and expectations to the residents. Best done on first or second day of orientation. Be consistent with requests: Don’t let “small things” slide! Give commendation and positive feed-back when compliance is maintained.
“For if the trumpet gives an uncertain sound, who shall prepare himself for the battle?”