Introduction: We present our experience developing and embedding a registry-based module for resident feedback. Methods: At our institution, entering operative data into the institutional quality collaborative registry is standard practice. In February 2019, a surgical education module was embedded into the registry to capture procedure-specific resident operative assessments. Faculty engagement with the sugical education module was assessed during its first year in existence (February 2019-February 2020). Results: In total, 1074 of 1269 (85%) operative assessments were completed by 27 faculty via the surgical education registry module. Median faculty engagement rate with the module following resident-assisted procedures was 91% [IQR 76%-100%]. Residents received a median of 7 operative assessments [IQR 2-19] over the study period. Conclusion: By embedding a surgical education module into an existing surgical quality collaborative registry, procedure-specific operative assessments can be routinely captured.
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