In pursuit of a better transition to selected residencies: a quasi-experimental evaluation of a final year of medical school dedicated to the acute care domain

Gersten Jonker, Eveline Booij, Jacqueline E. M. Vernooij, Cor J. Kalkman, Olle ten Cate & Reinier G. Hoff
Abstract Background Medical schools seek the best curricular designs for the transition to postgraduate education, such as the Dutch elective-based final, ‘transitional’ year. Most Dutch graduates work a mean of three years as a physician-not-in-training (PNIT) before entering residency training. To ease the transition to selected specialties and to decrease the duration of the PNIT period, UMC Utrecht introduced an optional, thematic variant of the usual transitional year, that enables the development of theme-specific competencies,...
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