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Code of Conduct Residents are expected to conduct themselves in a diligent, professional, and honest manner. Please refer to the HRP Resident Employee Handbook for more information.

Complaint Procedure A resident or non-resident employee who feels he/she has been subjected to or observes any harassment, discrimination, or other inappropriate conduct should report it immediately to the Program Administrator, the HRP Human Resources Manager, the HRP Chief Executive Officer, or the HRP Chief Operating Officer. Please refer to the HRP Resident Employee Handbook for more information.

Grievance Rights Residents may file grievances with respect to certain contract and employment matters and with respect to sanctions. Please refer to the HRP Resident Employee Handbook for more information.

Occupational Exposures During their training, resident physicians, like other health care personnel, risk exposure to blood and other body fluids in the course of providing patient care. All work related incidents must be reported to HRP’s Human Resources within 24 hours of the event in addition to the institution’s Employee Health or Occupational Health in which the incident occurred. Please refer to the HRP Resident Employee Handbook for more information.

USMLE/COMLEX Step III HRP and the Residency Programs require that each resident provide evidence of having taken and successfully passed the USMLE/COMLEX Step III no later than December 31st of his/her second year of residency training (deadline may vary due to any off-cycle training dates). To ensure compliance with this requirement, residents should apply to take the exam no later than July 1st of their second year of residency training. Please refer to the HRP Resident Employee Handbook for more information.

Interesting reading
  • Empathy
    Rosenbaum, L. Falling together: Empathetic care for the dying. NEJM. 2016; 374:587-590. DOI: 10.1056/NEJMms1516444
  • Professional email use
    Malka ST, Kessler CS, Abraham J, et al. Professional e-mail communication among health care providers: proposing evidence-based guidelines. Academic Medicine. 2015; 90(1):25-29.
  • Social media
    DeCamp M, Koenig TW, Chisolm MS. Social media and physicians’ online identity crisis. JAMA. 2013;310(6):581-582.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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