Researchers evaluated the effect of interprofessional bedside rounds as it pertains to improving the quality of feedback to resident doctors from 2017 to 2020. The study covered 692 narrative comments from faculty assessments of 63 attendings involving 103 internal medicine (IM) residents on typical teaching service and the Interprofessional Partnership to Advance Care and Education (iPACE) service. The results indicated that iPACE residents' evaluations were substantially longer compared with those of residents on usual teams. The iPACE assessments also had more direct observations of patient/family interactions, references to interprofessionalism, and specific, actionable and corrective feedback per evaluation, on average. The authors conclude that the iPACE model positively impacted both the quantity and quality of feedback to residents.