The Residency Coordinator Certification Toolkit —Online is an easy-to-use electronic study tool that residency and fellowship coordinators can use to review the ins and outs of the role in relation to the program and institution.
With 200 interactive electronic flashcards and a workbook module featuring 30 multiple-choice questions and 20 essay questions concerning coordinators’ responsibilities, you can use this toolkit to test your ACGME accreditation knowledge and ensure your facility is in compliance.
This course covers several topics related to the residency and fellowship coordinator role. It is intended to provide a review of the ins and outs of the role in relation to the program and institution and test your Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) accreditation knowledge to ensure your facility is in compliance. As such, this tool was developed based on the ACGME Institutional Requirements, Policies and Procedures, and Common Program Requirements as of July 1, 2017, as well as other resources academic administrators may use often.
Crys S. Draconi, C-TAGME,is a medical education manager for neurosciences at Tufts Medical Center in Boston and an independent graduate medical education consultant. Draconi has been active in the medical administrator field since 2008 and has been instrumental in the advancement and recognition of the coordinator role, including her passion of mentoring and coaching the next generation of administrators. She has held many leadership roles, including being on the board of directors for the Massachusetts Society of Academic Medical Administrators, chair of the American Academy of Neurology’s TAGME work group, independent consultant/director of operations for Association of Radiation Oncology Program Coordinators, and leader of the Coordinator Description Task Force.
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