Video 4: The Self-Study Process
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Video Transcription
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This section will review the ACGME self-study process. The objectives of this module are to learn the rationale for the self-study and timeline
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for program assessment, review the components of the self-study and the stakeholders involved in the process, and describe how to complete the online self-study form.
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The self-study is a comprehensive description of how the program provides an effective learning
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and working environment that leads to improved educational outcomes and identifies strengths, weaknesses, and plans for improvement.
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On this slide is a timeline of the self-study relative to the 10-year ACGME site visit. Year 1, the ACGME notifies the training program to initiate the self-study.
Video Summary
This video provides an overview of the ACGME self-study process. The objectives include understanding the purpose and timeline of the self-study, reviewing the components and stakeholders involved, and learning how to complete the online self-study form. The self-study is a detailed assessment of a program's strengths, weaknesses, and plans for improvement. The video outlines an 8-step process, starting with assembling a self-study group and discussing program aims. It then covers gathering information on program strengths and areas for improvement, assessing opportunities and threats, obtaining stakeholder input, interpreting data, and writing and submitting the self-study document. The final steps involve reviewing key findings with stakeholders and completing a self-study summary. After the self-study, the program must track data and implement improvements, which will be reviewed during the site visit. ACGME resources on the self-study process are also mentioned.
Keywords
ACGME
self-study process
objectives
program assessment
site visit
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