GME Institutional Policies 2020-2021

 

UTHSC COM Chattanooga

 

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UT College of Medicine Chattanooga GME Institutional Policies 2020-2021 document
 

 

Alphabetical Listing of Key GME Institutional Policies for Our Campus

Academic Appeals & Due Process [#720]    Observing Requests [#185] 
Academic Performance & Improvement  Actions  [#705]   Offsite Rotation Approval for UTCOMC Residents [#530]
Academic Performance & Improvement
Plan (PIP)
 [#710]
  Form-Offsite Rotation Approval
[#530]
PIP Single Incident Documentation 
[#714]
  Personal  Primary Care Physician & Providing Physician Services to Residents[#290]
PIP Program Director Checklist [#715]   Pre-Employment Drug Testing
[#740] 
PIP Outcome Letter [#716]   Program Closure & Reduction
 [#540]
Accommodation for Disabilities [#160]   Program and Faculty Evaluation (New Innovations Procedures) [#600
ACGME Accreditation and CLER [#300]   Program and Educational Goals &
Objectives
 [#510]
Affirmative Action & EEO [#110]   Resident Evaluation including Final Summative Evaluation [#610]
Annual Resident Agreement of Appointment [#120]   Resident Learning & Work Environment [#310]
Aid to Impaired Residents (AIRS) Program [#320]   Resident Non-Compete [#125]

Clinical Competency & Quality 
Improvement Committee (CCC) [#640

  Reappointment, Promotion, Non-Reappointment, Promotion, & Termination
[#620] 
Clinical & Educational Work Hours [#330]   Reporting UT Resident Time Off
[#255]
Clinical and Educational Work Hours
Logging and Monitoring
[#335]
  Resident Recruitment Selection and Appointment Guidelines [#100]
Criminal Background Checks [#130]   GME Position Statement on Resident Selection and Recruitment [#101]
Code of Conduct [#UTHR0580]   Resident Reimbursement for Professional Development and UT Travel
[#750]
Disaster [#550   Resident Supervision [#400]
Disciplinary and Adverse Actions [#700]   Resident Supervision Standards in Patient Care Settings [#405]
Drug Free Campus and Workplace 
[#UTHSC 720]
  Resident Transfers [#170]
Fatigue Management and Stress Education [#340]   ScrubEx System [#245]
Fitness for Practice and Drug Testing 
[#745]
  Sexual Harassment [#410]
Attachment A Reasonable Suspicion  Drug / Alcohol Testing [#745A]   Social Media Guidelines [#430]
Attachment B Authorization for Release of Mental Health Evaluation Drug / Alcohol Testing [#745B]   Stipends [#220]
GME Institutional Well-Being [#222]   Stipend Level [#221]
Grievances [#730]    [#225]
Handoffs and Transitions of Care [#360]   Technical Standards [#150]
Insurance Benefit Summaries [#230]   Vendor and Industry Relationships
[#800]
Lab Coats and Dress Code
[#240]
  Visas [#140]
Leave (GME) [#500   Visiting Resident Approval 2020 [#180]
Licensure Exemption &  Prescribing Information [#260]   Form-Visiting Resident Approval
[#181]
Loan Deferment [#270]    
Immunity from Professional Liability vs
Malpractice
 [#280]
  UTHSC Consensual Relationships
Meals and Cafe' Hours [#200]   UTCOM Student Mistreatment 2019
Medical Licensing Examination
Requirements (USMLE)
 [#630]
   
Moonlighting [#350]   Erlanger Disclosure Policy [Draft]
Permission to Engage in Moonlighting
[#355]
  EHS Alert Instructions

New Innovations Policies & Procedures 
[#060]

  2019 ACLS Guideline Update for Epinephrine Administration

 

 Workers Compensation Claims Process Supervisor: 

  • Supervisor may call in First Notice of Loss (FNOL) within 3 days when resident is receiving medical treatment. 
  • Contact the CorVel nurse triage line:  1-866-245-8588 option #2
  • A departmental fine of $1,000 will be charged each time a claim report is not completed by a supervisor. 

Complete the Incident Report form and return to the campus Workers Compensation representative at 910 Madison Ste. 764.  

 

Revised 6/27/2020

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