Current Chair: Kelly Williamson
Vice Chair: Dave Hile
Board Liaisons: Jessica Smith, MD
The purpose of this committee is to identify and disseminate best practices in remediation.
Remediation wiki - http://cordrtf.wikidot.com/
- Address the existing and emerging challenges for identifying and remediating EM residents.
- Develop and modify best practices for remediation across the 23 milestones
- Promote scholarship by studying/investigating current remediation practices and remaining up to date in literature review of remediation
- Establish a remediation task force leadership succession plan
- Establish a resident leadership opportunity on the RTF
- Standardize the language of remediation using the guidelines of practice and training as established by the ACGME
- Create a unified voice with increased transparency regarding the process, terms, and outcomes of remediation for residents, PDs, and future employers
- Present remediation strategic plan at CORD conference 2016
- Continue work groups based on core competencies (may use prior divisions); groups are as follows: SBP/PBL, Prof/ICS, MK, PC
- May entail surveying the EM programs to see what the current practices are and if there are any innovative remediation practices currently utilized.
- Incorporate resident ideas and feedback into remediation plans to provide a more well rounded approach to remediation.
- Publish best practices as determined by the CORD RTF Sub Groups in each Milestone/core competency
- Meet at CORD, ACEP, SAEM to discuss activities, ideas and productivity.
- Recommend that each sub-group communicate at regular intervals to discuss and maintain group progress.
- Contribute to the creation of a case based Remediation Toolbox for PDs
- Completion of the formal language of the 24th Milestone.
- Fully operational Remediation Task Force Consult Service with an active email address (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Operational and updated Remediation Task Force Wiki page with resources for PDs/APDs related to remediation.
- Case log of Remediation consults and also examples developed by committee memberships.
- Two scholarly publications (one in JGME, one in press) from members of the RTF.
- Successful formal didactic session at CORD as well as a workshop session geared towards consults with task force members.
- Consult service went live with an email address.