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- New-to-practice attendings (NPTAs) lack readiness for independent practice
- Graduated autonomy – understood but not structurally enforced in residency training
- Curricular expectations not explicitly defined despite experiential differences between graduate training levels of PGY2 and PGY3 internal medicine residents
- Although residents achieve competencies established by the ACGME prior to graduation, NTPAs feel unprepared suggesting opportunities to change the clinical learning environment to increase
pre-attendingship, hospital medicine, transition to independent practice, medical education, curriculum, graduate medical education
Medicine and Health Sciences
Kuchera, MD, Timothy; Diemer, MD, Gretchen; Zavodnick, MD, Jillian; and Jaffe, MD, Rebecca, "We Are What We Pre-Attend To Be: Piloting a Pre-Attendingship Rotation in Hospital Medicine" (2023). Department of Medicine Posters. 21.