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Developing Effective Supervisors of Teaching Rounds: Consensus, Entrustment and Deliberate Practice

Published:December 01, 2021DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acap.2021.11.016
      The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education considers developing residents into effective clinical supervisors as a critical area in residency training.
      • Edgar L
      • Sydney McLean C
      • Sean Hogan MO
      • et al.
      The Milestones Guidebook.
      Defining and assessing optimal resident performance as clinical supervisors must consider competence in patient safety and quality care, as well as residents’ roles in educating other physician trainees in these same domains. In “Using the Modified Delphi Method to Develop a Tool to Assess Pediatric Residents Supervising on Inpatient Rounds,” we generated consensus on essential supervisory behaviors demonstrated by pediatric residents leading inpatient teaching rounds. This consensus serves as a checklist for training and assessing residents in the realm of clinical supervision.
      • Miller KA
      • Collada B
      • Tolliver D
      • et al.
      Using the modified Delphi method to develop a tool to assess pediatric residents supervising on inpatient rounds.
      In this progress report, we revisit our study in the context of what has been published since July 29, 2019, the date that our manuscript was accepted for publication, to highlight common supervisory criteria identified across other specialties and professional levels and identify new emphases on trust and entrustment. We also offer recommendations on applications of our checklist and similar tools.
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