Summary of Criteria for Pass and Pass with Distinction

Patient Care

Pass

Pass with Distinction

  • Direct observations of clinical skills completed (2 per clerkship)
  • RIME Interpreter
    • Solid Reporter skills
    • Emerging Interpreter skills
  • Direct observations of clinical skills completed (2 per clerkship)
  • RIME Manager
    • Solid Reporter and Interpreter skills
    • Emerging Manager skills
   

Professionalism and Interpersonal Communication

Pass

Pass with Distinction

  • No concerns
  • Patient logs, other assignments complete
  • No concerns
  • Patient logs, other assignments complete
  • Multisource feedback requested from one patient, one non-MD staff member, one peer
  • Evidence of Exceptional Professionalism and Interpersonal Communication (with both patients and members of the medical  team)

Final Exam

  Pass Pass with Distinction
Ambulatory Medicine
65%
82%
Critical Care
50%
80%
Family Medicine
65%
85%
Internal Medicine*
64
83
Neurology*
63
80
OBGYN*
62
81
Pediatrics*
63
83
Psychiatry*
66
86
Surgery*
61
81

* Clerkship uses NBME Subject Exam.  Passing score reflects 5-10th percentile nationally; Pass with Distinction reflects 75th-80th percentile nationally.

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