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Pediatric Surgery @ Brown
WARREN ALPERT MEDICAL SCHOOL OF BROWN UNIVERSITY

The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

 

Program Description
8. EVALUATION


The performance of the pediatric surgical resident is evaluated in a detailed and comprehensive manner. Pediatric Surgery uses an evaluation system which is similar to the one used for General Surgery, yet our evaluation involves other facets that are unique to our training program. Every six months all of the faculty complete a comprehensive evaluation. The Resident is then invited to formally meet with the Program Director and faculty to cover progress in the Program. Prior to discussing the evaluations, the resident is given ample time to fill out his own evaluation form. The resident then discusses and compares his evaluation with that given by the faculty. This format allows for unique dialogue to discuss the Resident's strengths and weaknesses. These meetings enable both the resident and the faculty to speak freely concerning the training program, the faculty, the pediatric surgery teaching curriculum, as well as the resident's performance. All evaluation, papers written and other pertinent data concerning the resident's performance are kept confidentially in a personal file.

 

 

 

 

 

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