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April 2016 Newsletter Article

Oh say can you see by the dawn's early light?  Hopefully so, because we want you to join the Continuity SIG at our annual meeting on Monday, May 2 at 8:30. As always, we want you to get a lot of bang for the time you spend at our meeting.  We will give a progress report on our best practices Delphi project we began at last year's meeting with a gallery walk and hope to continue into the upcoming year.  Moving to changes in the residency accreditation process, after a brief overview we will divide into small group discussion to address three questions that are part of the required residency self-study: teaching in the era of increased demands for productivity, data on resident work habits, and have added, at the request of our membership, a group sharing pointers on adding a specialty continuity experience for the third year of training.  We will provide updates on CORNET and other SIG projects, followed by (cue the MGM lion) a recognition, with showing, of the top three resident HPV videos from the SIG grant we secured last year. Our residents are the most amazingly creative people in the world. Of course, the ever popular continuity consults will wrap up an engaging session.  Lots of networking, lots of opportunity to bring back new ideas to your home institution.  So, there may be no bombs bursting in air, but we have proof that our SIG is still here – and you should be a part of it!

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Current SIG Co-Chairs:


Ada Fenick, MD
333 Cedar St
New Haven, CT 06520-8064
Phone: (203) 688-2475
ada.fenick@yale.edu

John Olsson, MD, CPE
3E-132 Brody Medical Sciences Bldg.
Greenville, NC 27834
Phone: (252) 744-4422
olssonj@ecu.edu


 

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