Orientation of New Residents, Setting Expectations
Just going to read one article? Try: Having Residents in the Office, by the Dept. of Family Medicine, UBC: items to review to orient your resident.
For IMGs – a longer document, Orienting Teachers and IMGs. If you are teaching an International Medical Graduate, consider looking at this more detailed resource of the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada, which takes the general principles about orientation and goal setting and makes them practical, in the context of IMGs.
Group Learning Resources
Preparing your office for a resident, a PowerPoint presentation prepared by the UBC Dept. of Family Practice
Preparing for New Learners is a problem-based small group learning module by The Foundation for Medical Practice Education. To discuss orientation issues with your colleagues, consider requesting a group session be organized through your regional ("site") faculty development coordinator, who can facilitate the group and provide the written background material for the module.