Rapidly and objectively gauge your resident physician team's interpersonal and interprofessional skills


Summary of Benchmarking and Baselining Simulation

Medical residents enter the program with a range of experiences, backgrounds, and cultures that impact their interactions with patients and other healthcare professionals. A systematic strategy to build the interpersonal skills of residents helps cultivate a positive culture of engagement, better teamwork, improved patient experience, and enhanced hospital/health outcomes. Our baseline simulation quickly informs you of your residents’ learning needs and their strengths. They don't all have the same skill set or training needs, nor are they starting at the same place. Our benchmarking data helps you appropriately slot residents into your existing training programs, or develop individualized coaching plans with their mentors. Javelin also offers a variety of training opportunities as well as a complete curriculum to address your interpersonal training gaps. Javelin's baseline simulation enables both faculty and resident to allocate their time and energies in ways that will be most productive in the busy world of residency.

You can quickly collect baseline data on the interpersonal skills of residents including communication, empathy, leadership and professionalism. At the individual level, you can leverage this data to develop individualized training, early identification of remediation needs or spot exceptional leadership potential. At the aggregate level, identify common developmental themes, establish benchmarks to track your program over time and compare to other programs. You can also leverage this data for CCC meetings, performance evaluation meetings, ACGME and CLER site visits.

To learn more about how our baseline process works, click here.

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