Podcast | The Practice of Medicine | April 5, 2021

Hospitalist Readiness to Assess and Evaluate Resident Progress

Join Dr. Doris Lin as she discusses the readiness of hospitalists to assess and evaluate resident progress, a topic on which she has written an article for the April 2021 issue of the Southern Medical Journal. In this podcast, she also explores the role of faculty development in the evaluative process, as well as provides strategies to help hospitalists assess and evaluate trainee progress. In addition, she offers insight regarding the current state of evaluation of learners and where it could be headed in the near future.

Doris Lin received her Masters Degree in Pharmacology from University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences in Houston, Texas and her Medical Degree from University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. She completed Internal Medicine Training and was Chief Resident at Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. She has been a hospitalist/clinician educator for over a decade and is currently on faculty at Baylor College of Medicine. She has had a longstanding focus and interest in medical education.

References & Resources

  1. Lin D. Hospitalist readiness to assess and evaluate resident progress. South Med J 2021;114:215-217.
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