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TESTIMONIALS
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT MEDRAP

“I highly recommend this book [ What Hurts the Physician Hurts the Patient] to all medical residents, resident program directors, department chairs, and administrators who are connected with the training of new physicians. Ms. Mushin has made an enormous contribution not only to resident training at Baylor, but also to the overall training of residents in the United States.”

– ANTONIO GOTTO, JR., MD, DPHIL
Dean Emeritus, Weill Cornell Medicine
Provost for Medical Affairs Emeritus, Cornell University

“During the 25 years of this program, I have also witnessed firsthand the benefits for resident morale and team building. The Quality Improvement component was used to improve both education and patient care. With the introduction of the Core Competencies by ACGME, this program became essential to meeting the milestones expected for accreditation.

 Thoughtful, excellent work that will benefit program directors and other institutional leaders and non-physician training programs.”

– STEPHEN B. GREENBERG, MD, MACP
Distinguished Service Professor, Margaret M. and Albert B. Alkek Department of Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine

 

“…after MedRAP had been operational for nearly a decade, I have witnessed the benefits such a program offers on multiple levels including that of individual residents, the training program, and the institution as a whole… for many programs, not instituting a program such as MedRAP is actually the more expensive decision.”

– AMIR HALEVY MD, JD
Director of Internal Medicine Residency Program, 2000-2006, Baylor College of Medicine

“I personally have had the opportunity to participate in the MedRAP program as an intern and a senior resident mentor, and have observed the benefits from afar as a residency program director… In an ideal world, all residency programs should make programs such as MedRAP a core offering of their residents’ training.”

– ANOOP AGRAWAL, MD
Program Director, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Residency Program,
Baylor College of Medicine