编者按：由美国Cleveland Clinic主办的一年一度的消化疾病周（Digestive Disease Institute Week，简称DDI Week）于2月14日至18日在美丽的阳光之州佛罗里达Boca Raton成功举行。该会议是消化病领域的世界级顶尖盛会，历经38年的发展和推广，目前已经成为全球消化病领域过去与未来、热点与难点、东方与西方争锋亮剑的平台。此次会议上，AME出版社有幸邀请到作为美国住院医师培训导师之一的Eric Weiss教授来给大家分享更多有关美国住院医师培训的详情。
图1. Prof. Weiss（右）与AME编辑（左）的合照
演讲中，Prof. Weiss围绕着如何在实际情况中评估受训住院医师的知识和技术进行了经验分享。当中提到了过去的15到20年并没有任何规范的方法来评估，直到ACGME（美国毕业生医学教育鉴定委员会，The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education）的成立，才使得医师训练更加标准化、规范化。
Would you like to summarize some perspectives and experience on your presentation “How do we assess the intellectual and technical skill of our trainees”?
What’s required for a foreign doctor who wants to take US residency training?
What’s the most important quality for a resident?
How to be a qualified mentor?
What do you think about the current limitation of residency training system in USA?
Why are you so interested in residency training?
What will you become if you were not a surgeon?
Department of Colorectal Surgery, Cleveland Clinic Florida, Weston, FL 33331, USA
Prof. Eric G. Weiss, MD, is the DIO and Chairman of Graduate Medical Education at Cleveland Clinic Florida, as well as the Residency Program Director of the Colorectal Training program, one of the largest training programs in the country. He currently serves on the Residency Review Committee for Colon and Rectal Surgery. He is also the Director of Surgical Endoscopy.
Prof. Weiss holds academic appointments as Assistant Professor of Surgery at The Cleveland Clinic Foundation Health Sciences Center of the Ohio State University and Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery at the University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
He has published more than 200 manuscripts, more than 40 textbook chapters and more than 400 lectures throughout the United States and the world.
采访编辑 / 高凤平、冯雁萍，AME Publishing Company.
视频编辑 / 麦雪芳，AME Publishing Company.