As a program coordinator, you hold your entire residency program together, and are responsible for tasks ranging from improving the program curriculum to supporting activities at all levels of management. A key part of being a successful program coordinator is serving as a valuable resource of information for everyone in your program—faculty, staff and residents.
Your final exam and entryway to the world of practicing physicians is nearly here. The USMLE Step 3 will be changing in 2014, affecting the way your medical knowledge and skills will be tested. Prepare yourself for the 2014 Step 3 exam with this guideline.
As a program coordinator, you sit at the crux of residency program changes. Manage these moving complexities seamlessly with these helpful tips.
As a program coordinator, you have an important role to produce stellar program curriculum and create an environment with efficient processes. Take a step further in improving your job with this guide to success.