This Compass activity was created by Martin Pusic, MD, (Martin.Pusic@nyumc.org), Dr. Ruth Crowe (Ruth.Crowe@nyumc.org), Dr. Sandra Yingling, Ms. So-Young Oh (So-Young.Oh@nyumc.org), and Dr. Rhonda Acholonu (Rhonda.Acholonu@nyumc.org)
NYU School of Medicine has a commitment to students' development of clinical skills. RIME is a model that we would like our students to be familiar with because it demonstrates some of the sequences students will go through as they master the progressively challenging elements of their training. This model provides a common language that faculty and students use to describe the specific actions associated with clinical skills mastery. We will revisit this model several times over the course of medical school training and students will likely encounter it in residency as well.
In this activity, you will be introduced to the REPORTER-INTERPRETER-MANAGER-EDUCATOR (RIME) framework that characterizes a developing clinician.
Target Audience: UME Faculty & Students
Duration: 15 minutes
Define the RIME model and how it is used.