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Disclaimer: Residency programs frequently update information on their websites (i.e., number of residents they will be accepting). The program’s website is the best source for definitive information. Recently, new programs have been formed each year. We will try our best to keep this map updated to reflect changes.
ACOEP requires that all programs scheduled for inspection during 2014-2015 time period must submit a completed pre-inspection crosswalk and the listed accompanying material to the ACOEP. Material should be submitted one-month prior to your inspection date and should be submitted to Kristen Kennedy, Manager, Division of Education.
Inspection Pre-Procedure Requirements
Prior to your programs inspection, the inspector will contact you via email one-month prior to your inspection date with a list of the following documents for a pre-inspection review:
Completed Crosswalk in Microsoft Word format
A copy of the Program Director’s most current CV, scholarly activity must be included
A copy of Core Faculty most current CV, scholarly activity must be included
Affiliation/Secondary Site board certification of all attending physicians
One-year of the Attending work schedule
One-years’ of the Residents work schedule
Summation of OGME1 through OGME4 Rotation Schedule
One-year of the Didactic schedule with attendance
One-year of Resident Duty Hour Logs
Electronic version of the programs manual
Please note that all submitted documentation must be accurately labeled.
Day of Inspection Tentative Schedule
Schedule may vary pending inspector’s preference
Meet Program Director-Tour of the Facility
Identify materials that the Coordinator needs to obtain for review
Meeting with the Chair of Emergency Medicine
Meeting with the Program Director/ Associate Program Director
Meeting with the OPTI Director
Meeting with the Director of Medical Education
Lunch with Core faculty or Residents
One-on-one or group interviews with the Residents- a couple from each PGY Year
Meeting with the CEO
Meeting with Residents of various OGME Years
Incomplete inspection material will be reviewed
Review of any additional documents necessary for the program evaluation (ie- Procedure Logs, duty hour logs, resident evaluations, faculty evaluations, program evaluations)
Administrative Staff member who is willing to revise the crosswalk as they are going through the inspection
This evaluative workbook is a companion document to the Basic Standards for Residency Training in Emergency Medicine. The purpose of this document is to assist evaluators and institutions that are either currently sponsoring residency training in emergency medicine, or to assist those seeking to sponsor a program, to determine if they meet the minimum standards for accreditation.
Click here to download the Crosswalk Evaluative Workbook.