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Department of Internal Medicine

Residency Programs

Educational Innovations Project

In 2006 we were one of 21 programs selected for the ACGME's Educational Innovations Project.

More than a decade of effort has made us leaders in medical education and one of the most innovative residencies in the country.

The list below showcases some of our most recent work.

Recent Publications of our Innovations:

USMLE Step 2 CK: Best Predictor of Multimodal Performance in an Internal Medicine Residency

Transforming Resident Assessment: An Analysis Using Deming's System of Profound Knowledge

Paracentesis Simulation: A Comprehensive Approach to Procedural Education

Feedback on Feedback as a Faculty Development Tool

Variation in Entrustment When Sharing a Single Assessment System Between University- and Community-Based Residency Programs: A Comparison

Twelve Tips to Maximize the Value of a Clinical Competency Committee in Postgraduate Medical Education

A Feasibility Study to Attribute Patients to Primary Interns on Inpatient Ward Teams Using Electronic Health Record Data

A Reliability Analysis of Entrustment-Derived Workplace-Based Assessments

Linking Workplace-Based Assessment to ACGME Milestones: A Comparison of Mapping Strategies in Two Specialties

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

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Continuity of Care in Residency Teaching Practices: Lessons from “Bright Spots

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

Projects We've Been A Part Of

Sleep and Alertness in a Duty-Hour Flexibility Trial in Internal Medicine

Patient Safety Outcomes under Flexible and Standard Resident Duty-Hour Rules

Education Outcomes in a Duty-Hour Flexibility Trial in Internal Medicine





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