Strategies for Improving Attendance at Medical Grand Rounds at an Academic Medical Center

Mueller, Paul S.; Litin, Scott C.; Sowden, Monica L.; Habermann, Thomas M.; LaRusso, Nicholas F.
May 2003
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;May2003, Vol. 78 Issue 5, p549
Academic Journal
Evaluates the results of strategies for improving attendance at medical grand rounds at a tertiary care academic medical center. Use of electronic card readers to improve understanding of attendance patterns; Conducting of yearly needs assessment surveys; Increase in formal participation by residents and faculty researchers.


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