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In 2006 we were one of 21 programs selected for the ACGME's Educational Innovations Project. As part of this amazing community of practice we developed new ways to improve residency education and patient care.
A decade of effort has made us one of the most innovative residencies in the country.
The list below showcases some of our most recent work.
Recent Publications of our Innovations:
Entrusting Observable Practice Activities and Milestones Over the 36 Months of an Internal Medicine Residency
Critical Deficiency Ratings in Milestone Assessment: A Review and Case Study.
Residency as a Social Network: Burnout, Loneliness, and Social Network Centrality
The Senior Prep Conference: Simultaneous Learning and Teaching
Entrustment and mapping of observable practice activities for resident assessment
Connecting Resident Education to Patient Outcomes: The Evolution of a Quality Improvement Curriculum in an Internal Medicine Residency
The Ambulatory Long-Block: An Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Educational Innovations Project (EIP)
Interval Examination: The Ambulatory Long Block
Multisource Feedback in the Ambulatory Setting
A Multiple Choice Testing Program Coupled with a Year-long Elective Experience is Associated with Improved Performance on the Internal Medicine In-Training Examination
Defense of the measures: a tool for engaging integrated care teams in outcomes measurement
Morbidity, mortality, and improvement-moving ideas into action
There Is No “I” in Teamwork in the Patient-Centered Medical Home: Defining Teamwork Competencies for Academic Practice
Beyond a curricular design of convenience: replacing the noon conference with an academic half day in three internal medicine residency programs
Closing the Gap: A Needs Assessment of Medical Students and Handoff Training
Training Tomorrow's Medical Education Leaders: Creating a General Pediatric Master Educator Fellowship
I-PASS Handoff Curriculum: Core Resident Workshop
Fast Facts and Concepts: An Educational Tool
Introducing end-of-life care into the University of Cincinnati Internal Medicine Residency Program
Clinic First: 6 Actions to Transform Ambulatory Residency Training
The Road to Excellence for Primary Care Resident Teaching Clinics
High-Functioning Primary Care Residency Clinics
Continuity Errors in Resident Clinic
Continuity Clinic Model and Diabetic Outcomes in Internal Medicine Residencies: Findings of the Educational Innovations Project Ambulatory Collaborative
Determinants of Patient Satisfaction in Internal Medicine Resident Continuity Clinics: Findings of the Educational Innovations Project Ambulatory Collaborative
Clinic Design, Key Practice Metrics, and Resident Satisfaction in Internal Medicine Continuity Clinics: Findings of the Educational Innovations Project Ambulatory Collaborative
Clinic Design and Continuity in Internal Medicine Resident Clinics: Findings of the Educational Innovations Project Ambulatory Collaborative
The Next Steps in Competency-Based Medical Education: Milestones, Entrustable Professional Activities and Observable Practice Activities
Experiments in Continuity — Rethinking Residency Training in Ambulatory Care
Fostering Educational Innovation Through Measuring Outcomes
National Education Initiatives we are part of:
Professionals Accelerating Clinical and Educational Redesign (PACER)
Health Professions Education Summer Symposium
Recent International Presentations of Our Work
International Conference on Residency Education (Niagra Falls)
International Conference on Residency Education (Vancouver)
International Association for Medical Education (Glasgow)
Recent National Presentations of Our Work
Association of American Medical Colleges
Accreditation Council for Graduate Medicine Education
Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine
University of Missouri
Macy Conference on Innovations in Graduate Medical Education