Resident Quality Improvement Committee

The Resident Quality Improvement Committee (ResQIC) is now accepting case referrals. The ResQIC is a subcommittee of the GW Hospital Peer Review Committee.


  • To improve communication between residents and departments
  • To foster a safe environment for residents and fellows to discuss medical outcomes and difficult medical decisions
  • To educate residents and fellows about risk management, adverse event reporting, professionalism standards, communication errors, case review
  • To identify systems problems and effect systems changes

Case Referral Sources:

  • Medical Staff Quality Improvement Committee (MSQIC)
  • Hospital risk management/medical director
  • Residents/Fellows (in person or via email)
  • Nursing Staff
  • Program Directors, Medical Director, or other providers

Case Referrals:

The ResQIC reviews cases where further discussion or investigation of the involvement of a resident or fellow is warranted. This may include but is not limited to concerns regarding ethics, professionalism, standards of care, patient safety, or adverse outcomes. If you have a case that you would like to discuss with or refer to the Resident Quality Improvement Committee, or if you have questions about our review process, please contact:

Resident Quality Improvement Committee membership goal:

  • 1 or more residents from each residency program
  • Faculty Advisor (also Chair of MSQIC)
  • MSQIC representative administrators

All resident members are selected by peers and approved by residency program directors.

ResQIC 2017-18 Co-Chairs:
Cambell Grant, MD, Urology Resident, PGY-4
Caitlin Mingey, MD, Intenal Medicine Resident, PGY-3
Gregory Piech, MD, Internal Medicine Resident, PGY-3

Contact Information: If you are interested in serving on the committee, please include your name, program/department, post-graduate year, and best contact information.

Thank you for your support.