Resources & Benefits for Residents
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NetIDs for Residents
The WWAMI Network uses the UW NetID system to provide residents access to University of Washington resources, such as the Health Sciences Library. You are responsible for protecting your password and not sharing it with others.
Manage your NetID
Begin by selecting the option that best describes you:
If you are unable to set up your UW NetID, check to make sure your correct NPI number and email address are entered in New Innovations. If you continue to experience problems, contact Molly Ormsby at email@example.com or 206-543-0369.
Once you have set up your UW NetID, it may take up to a day for your UW NetID to be recognized so you can log in to the Health Sciences Library.
WWAMI Network Chief Residents
The Network provides training and resources for all the chief residents in the family medicine residency programs in the WWAMI region. Once a year, chiefs gather in a two-day conference in Seattle, WA, to share ideas and resources, learn new leadership skills, and develop relationships for ongoing collaboration. Information about the upcoming conference is below.
Annual Chief Residents Conference
2020 Chief Residents Conference
September 20, 2020
This popular, interactive conference is for the express purpose of bringing together current and incoming Chief Residents for a time of interaction, dialogue, and information exchange. Current Chiefs will share their perception of roles, responsibilities and duties. Incoming Chiefs will have opportunities for one-on-one sessions with other chiefs and faculty to help equip them for their new role. View the save the date flyer here.
For more information, contact Jenn Ames at firstname.lastname@example.org
UW GME Modules
These modules are required training for all residents in University of Washington residency programs.
While not required for WWAMI region family medicine residencies, they are available for use by our faculty and residents. If you would like to record your successful completion of the modules, be sure to take the quiz for each one.Fatigue & Sleep Deprivation Physicians' Documentation Preparing to Teach