Graduate Medical Education

Patient Care



Bibliography:  Effective and Efficient Care


Bibliography:  Population Based Care


Collision Course: The Privatization of Graduate Medical Education at One University. Klasko, Ekarius, Academic Medicine; 82(3):238-244. 

Continuity Clinics in Psychiatry Residency Training. Academic Psychiatry; 31(1):15-18.

A Quality Assurance Elective for Radiology Residents. Krajewski, Siewert, Yam, Kressel, Kruskal, Academic, Radiology; 41: 239-245.

G. Green, H. Forman (2006). Residency Training as Technology Matures: A Survey of Radiology Residents' Training Experiences. Academic Radiology, 13; 874-879.

S. Ganguli, I. Pedrosa, CS. Yam, B. Appignani, B. Siewert, H. Kressel (2006). Preparing 1st Year Radiology Residents and Assessing their Readiness for On-Call Responsibilities, Academic Radiology, 13; 764-769 (PART 1).

C.S. Yam, J. Kriskal, I. Pedrosa, H. Kressel (2006). Preparing and Assessing 1st Year Radiology Resident On-Call Readiness, Academic Radiology, 13; 770-774.  (PART 2)

Integrating the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education General Competencies Into Forensic Pathology Fellowship Training -  Nine J. Zumwalt R. American Journal of Forensic Medicine & Pathology. 2005;26(4):334-339.

Using the Morbidity and Mortality Conference to Teach and Assess the ACGME General Competencies - Rosenfeld JC. Current Surgery, 2005;62(6):664-669.

A Comprehensive Collaborative Patient Safety Residency Curriculum to Address the ACGME Core Competencies - Singh R. Naughton B. Taylor J. Koenigsberg M. Anderson D. McCausland L. Wahler R. Robinson A. Singh G.  Medical Education. 39(12):1195-204.

Six Core Competencies and Seven Deadly Sins: A Virtues-based Approach to the New Guidelines for Graduate Medical Education. Surgery, 138(3):490-497, 2005 Sep.


ACGME Competencies in Neuropathology Training. B, Crain, S. Alston, l. Bruch, R. Hamilton, R. McLendon, H. Rhodes, T. Tihan, K. Weidenheim.  Journal of Neuropathology & Experimental Neurology, 2005:64(5):273-279.

ACGME Requirements for Geriatrics Medicine Curricula in Medical Specialties: Progress Made and Progress Needed.  E. Bragg, G. Warshaw.  Academic Medicine, 2005;80(3);279-285.

Assessing the Relationship of Learning Approaches to Workplace Climate in Clerkship & Residency.  M. Delva, J. Kirby, K. Schultz, M. Godwin.  Academic Medicine, 2004;79(11):1120-1126.

Educating the Pediatrician of the 21st Century: Defining & Implementing A Competency-Based System.  C. Carraccio, R. Englander, S. Wolfsthal, C. Martin, K. Ferentz.  Pediatrics, 2004;113(2):252-258. 

Developing Resources to Teach & Assess the Core Competencies: A Collaborative Approach.  V. Reed, C. Jernstedt, M. Ballow, R. Bush, A. Gewurz, S. McGeady.  Academic Medicine, 2004;79(11):1062-1066.

Managing the New Mandate in Resident Education: A Blueprint for Translating a National Mandate Into Local Compliance.  A. Lee, K. Carter.  Opthalmology, 2004;111(10):1807-12. 

Mental Health Services for Residents: More Important Than Ever.  E. Pitt, M. Rosenthal, T. Gay, E. Lewton.  Academic Medicine, 2004;79(9):840-844. 

An Initiative in Mentoring to Promote Residents' and Faculty Members' Careers. B. Levy, J. Katz, M. Wolf, J. Sillman, R. Handin, V. Dzau.  Academic Medicine, 2004;79(9):845-850. >

A Novel Program to Increase the Number of Women Patients Seen by Residents in a VA Hospital. S. Haskell, A. Reisman.  Academic Medicine, 2004;79(9):851-854. 

Integrating the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Core Competencies Into the Model of the Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine.  D. Chapman, S. Hayden, A. Sanders, et. al.  Annals of Emergency Medicine, 2004;43:756-769. 

General Surgery Residency Program Websites: Usefulness and Usability for Resident Applicants. Current Surgery, 2004;61(2):236-240.

ACGME Outcomes Project - Selling Our Expertise.  P. Gordon, l. Tomasa, J. Kerwin.  Family Medicine, 2004;36(3):164-167.

A Positive Approach to Core Competencies and Benchmarks for Graduate Medical Education. K. Itani M.D. The American Journal of Surgery,2002;184(3):196-203.

Hardiness as the Seventh Core Competency for Family Medicine. W. Grant.  Family Medicine, 2004;36(3):168-169.

Assessing Resident Competency in An Outpatient Setting.  A. Wendling.  Family Medicine, 2004;36(3):178-184. 

The "Collaborative Care" Curriculum: An Educational Model - Addressing Key ACGME Core Competencies in Primary Care Residency Training.  K. Frey, F. Edwards, K. Altman, N. Spahr, R.S. Gorman.  Medical Education, 2003;37(7):786-789. 

Handheld Medicine -- Handheld Software to Ease The Day and Improve Patient Care.  J. Suliburk.  Current Surgery, 2003;60(2):176-177.


Tying it All Together? A Competency-Based Linkage Model for Family Medicine.  R. King, C. Murphy-Cullen, M. Krepcho, H. Bell, R. Frey.  Family Medicine, 2003;35(9):632-636.


General Competencies Are Intrinsic to Emergency Medicine Training.  E. Reisdorff, O. Hayes, B. Reynolds, K. Wilkinson, D. Overton, M. Wagner, T. Kowalenko, D. Portelli, G. Walker,  and D. Carlson.  Academic Emergency Medicine, October 2003;10(10):1049-1053.


Patient Care Competency in Emergency Medicine Graduate Medical Education: Results of a Consensus Group on Patient Care.  R.W. King, F.Schiavone, F.L. Counselman, E. A. Panacek, Academic Emergency Medicine, 2002;9(11):1227-1235. 


New Requirements for Resident Duty Hours. Philibert, Freidmann, Williams.  JAMA, 2002;288(9):1112-1114.


Competence is a Habit. D. Leach, MD.  JAMA, 2002;287(2):243-244.

General Competencies in Radiology Residency Training.  J. Collins, M. Rosado de Christenson, L. Gray, C. Hyde, K. Koeller, F. Laine, B. Wood, for the Association of Program Directors in Radiology Education Committee. Academic Radiology, 2002;9:721-726.


The Implications of Core Competencies for Psychiatric Education and Practice in the US.  S. Scheiber, T. Kramer, S. Adamowski. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, May 2003;48(4):215-221.

The ACGME Mandate: The 24/80 Approach to Pediatric Gastroenterology Training: The Mandate on Duty Hours.  Y. Finkel.  Journal of Gastroenterology and Nutrition, 2004;37:405-406.