The ACGME’s Department of Education oversees the programming, organization, and registration for a variety of workshops and courses throughout the year.
This six-day course is held at the ACGME Headquarters in Chicago, with attendance limited to 48 participants. The target audience is residency and fellowship program directors, associate program directors, chairs and members of Clinical Competency Committees (CCCs), and any faculty members with major responsibility for the assessment of residents/fellows.
Highlights of the curriculum include:
Registration is Now Closed
Information about course dates for spring 2017 coming soon
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The ACGME is proud to announce a course for advanced coordinators and program directors that emphasizes team building and collaboration in furthering the goals of competency-based medical education in graduate medical education (GME) programs.
This two-and-a-half-day course will be held at the ACGME headquarters in Chicago and will be limited to 60 attendees. Attendees will work together in dyads: program coordinator and either program director or associate program director from the same institution. Program directors or associate program directors and their program coordinator partner must both be in attendance.
This course is designed—through experiential learning techniques, small-group sessions, and lectures—to assist program directors (or associate program directors) and experienced coordinators in developing self-awareness, understanding their individual styles, and enhancing open communication to utilize the dynamics of their personal strengths and weaknesses to build a strong and effective team. Days 2 and 3, mirroring the ACGME’s highly successful assessment course for faculty members, build on the understanding of team dynamics to optimize resident/fellow feedback, assessment, and evaluation in the program. By working in dyads, the combined strengths and weaknesses each individual brings to the team can blend these characteristics to optimize the program’s effectiveness.
This course will be held October 2-4, 2016.
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The ACGME is pleased to announce the 2016 Basics of Accreditation for New Program Coordinators Workshop dates. These one-and-a-half day intensive workshops are specifically designed for coordinators with fewer than two years of experience. Coordinators of osteopathic programs with any amount of experience are encouraged to attend.
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