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Copy of The ACGME Core Competencies
Transcript of Copy of The ACGME Core Competencies
Susan P. Raine, JD, MD, LLM
Residents must be able to provide
patient care that is compassionate,
appropriate, and effective for the
treatment of health problems and
the promotion of health.
Residents must demonstrate knowledge of
established and evolving biomedical, clinical,
epidemiological and socialbehavioral sciences,
as well as the application of this knowledge
to patient care.
Residents must demonstrate the ability to
investigate and evaluate their care of patients,
to appraise and assimilate scientific evidence,
and to continuously improve patient care based on
constant self-evaluation and life-long learning.
Residents must demonstrate interpersonal and
communication skills that result in the effective exchange of information and collaboration with patients, their families, and health professionals.
Residents must demonstrate a commitment to carrying out professional responsibilities and an adherence to ethical principles.
Residents must demonstrate an awareness of and
responsiveness to the larger context and system
of health care, as well as the ability to call effectively
on other resources in the system to provide optimal
Sensitivity and responsiveness to a
diverse patient population
Compassion, integrity, and respect
Accountability to patients, society
and the profession
Responsiveness to patient
needs that supersedes
Respect for patient privacy