The position of Resident shall involve a combination of supervised, progressively more complex and independent patient evaluation and management functions and formal educational activities. The competence of the resident shall be evaluated on a regular basis by the NCOPE Residency Director and clinical mentors. American Board Certified clinical staff in the O&P Department have overall responsibility for the quality of professional services provided to patients within Children's and will monitor the activity of the resident through direct and indirect supervision, in accordance with the ABC Book of Rules.
Orthotic/Prosthetic Residents must meet the qualifications for resident eligibility outlined by NCOPE, including successful completion of an accredited orthotic/prosthetic academic program.
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Children's Healthcare of Atlanta - 2 years ago
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta is a not-for-profit hospital system that specializes in pediatric health care, research, and...