In order to provide an appropriate protocol for procedures training in the family medicine residency, the following components should be included in training:
The instructor(s) in the residency must have significant personal experience in performing the procedure(s) that are being taught. Family medicine residents should be credentialed to perform procedures in which they have received cognitive instruction, documented experience and demonstrated competency. (March Board 2001) (2012 COD)
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Procedural Skills Training, Residency Criteria