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Application Of The Multi-Facet Rasch Model To Validate Chief Residents Survey: A Two-Year Study, Kadriye O. Lewis, Ross Newman Jan 2017

Application Of The Multi-Facet Rasch Model To Validate Chief Residents Survey: A Two-Year Study, Kadriye O. Lewis, Ross Newman

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This study compares the Chief Resident candidates' characteristics and leadership qualities within and across two years and further validates the Chief Resident peer selection instrument.


Investigating Program Directors' Milestone Assessment Practices In Graduate Medical Education, Kadriye O. Lewis, Susan B. Hathaway, J F. Knapp, Denise Bratcher, Douglas Blowey Jan 2017

Investigating Program Directors' Milestone Assessment Practices In Graduate Medical Education, Kadriye O. Lewis, Susan B. Hathaway, J F. Knapp, Denise Bratcher, Douglas Blowey

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The purpose of this study is to investigate the current assessment practices as well as identify the needs and challenges of the Program Directors in implementing ACGME's Milestones for assessment in graduate medical education at a pediatric hospital. The ultimate outcome of this study will be to fairly deliver our support and services to all programs equally providing expertise/consulting, guiding, mentoring/advising, and distributing resources.


Application Of The Many Facet Rasch Model To Validate A Survey For The Selection Of Chief Residents, Kadriye O. Lewis, Haiqin Chen Jan 2016

Application Of The Many Facet Rasch Model To Validate A Survey For The Selection Of Chief Residents, Kadriye O. Lewis, Haiqin Chen

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The literature does not show any established guidelines, methods, or psychometric instruments for selecting Chief Residents in academic programs. This study validates a newly designed instrument based on the characteristics and leadership qualities from the residents' perspectives. Our newly developed survey can differentiate Chief Resident candidates' performance as well as identify why a specific candidate is selected or not through MFRM. This tool can be applied to other residency programs.