How to Get Involved
Program Evaluation Committee (PEC)
Two representatives elected yearly from each resident class are voting members on the Program Evaluation Committee, formerly known as the Policy & Curriculum Committee, which meets quarterly. The program has a strong legacy of valuing and implementing resident ideas and suggestions into residency policy and into the educational curriculum. The intern and PL-2 resident representatives also comprise half of the interview and selection committee for the Chief Resident position for the upcoming academic year. The two senior resident representatives chair the Reverse Education Meeting which collates and provides aggregate feedback from residents to individual faculty.
The committee also commissions a faculty member from an outside institution to review one of our rotations in depth each year. The committee reviews the report and works with the rotation faculty to implement suggestions. Curricular improvements and refinements are derived from monthly rotation evaluations by residents, yearly evaluations of the program by faculty, ad hoc suggestions by residents and staff, ideas shared by collaborating institutions, or from changes in policy or guidance from accrediting bodies. The Program Evaluation Committee generates the Annual Program Review which outlines an action plan for programmatic improvement using alumni surveys, program and ACGME resident and faculty surveys, ABP board passage rates, aggregate inservice-training exam results, feedback from site directors, and other report.
The Housestaff Council is composed of residents from all the various training programs here at WRNMMC. HSC representatives are responsible for attending monthly meetings, on the second Thursday of every month. This is an amazing opportunity to get face time with senior leadership on issues pertinent to residents.
Elected residents serve for one year, but can be elected for subsequent years.
Positions available: one PL-1, one PL-2, one PL-3
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Committee
The mission of the NCC Pediatrics Residency DEI Committee is to emphasize that diversity, equity, and inclusion are essential components in our efforts to expand upon the tradition of excellence in our pediatrics residency program. We are committed to encouraging diversity of race, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, religion, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status to recognize the biases and inequities within our education, leadership, community, and patient care. Our aim is to promote a diverse professional environment that empowers each member of our community to thrive, contribute to their fullest potential, and develop the skills needed to provide culturally competent care to all families we serve. We strive to establish an inclusive program of diverse faculty, staff, and trainees whose voices and contributions are valued, respected, and celebrated.
Attend bi-weekly or monthly committee meetings
Consider serving on one of several taskforces designed to promote unity within our program, by targeting different components of diversity, equity, and inclusion appreciation
American Academy of Pediatric (AAP) Committee
The primary objectives of this committee are to:
Enhance communication within the program about AAP opportunities for trainees
Increase involvement of trainees in both national and local advocacy campaigns
Increase trainee involvement in the AAP resolution process
Encourage participation and trainee engagement in the national conference and exhibition