In recent years the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Core Competencies have been introduced into Emergency Medicine (EM) training programs. Attempting to extend beyond standardized test-taking and medical knowledge alone prompted the designation of six areas: patient care (PC), medical knowledge (MK), interpersonal skills and communication (ISC), professionalism (P), system-based practice (SBP), and problem-based learning (PBL). In addition, residents take written in-service examinations each year. We sought to examine the relationship between in-service examination (IE) scores and core competencies (CC).
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