North Florida Regional Medical Center
internships and residency, graduate medical education
Education | Educational Leadership | Medical Education
During this workshop, we will split up the stages of building a new program into the following- Stage 1, Stage 2 and Stage 3. Stage 1 will focus on applying for initial accreditation, gathering faculty and sites, the first recruitment season, building/creating a curriculum, program planning and the first full cycle of GME including match, onboarding, orientation, CCC/PEC, wellness and more. Stage 2 will focus on more program planning, including building a new clinic, building electives, adding faculty, faculty development, continued accreditation site visit, building a senior curriculum and chief resident selection. Stage 3 will discuss board prep and board passing rates, graduation, preparing residents for job searches, having a chief resident, recruiting own residents, expanding the residency/adding fellowships or a rural track, the transition for faculty and residents in a growing program. We plan to provide program administrators with the knowledge they need to build a new program and discuss some key factors that specifically affect a new and upcoming psychiatry residency program.
Publisher or Conference
American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training Program Administrator Symposium
Wooden T, Hernandez K, Rashid E. Behind the Scenes of Starting a New Residency Program. Presentation at AADPRT Program Administrator Symposium; March 4-7, 2020; Dallas, TX.