The AWARE suite of resources is designed to foster the well-being of GME community members. These on-demand tools address both organiational and cultural aspects of well-being and cognitive skills training for individuals.

The ACGME Task Force on Burden Reduction recently completed its work revising the Common Program Requirements, resulting in a reduction in the number of Common Program Requirements by an average of 24 percent, and an average reduction of five pages (averaged across the four versions of the Common Program Requirements). Comment by Thursday, June 16.

President and Chief Executive Officer Thomas J. Nasca, MD, MACP emphasizes the need to work together to recognize the sacrifices residents and fellows have made the last two years to care for the American public by preparing them for their transition to independent practice during a global pandemic. This video is from the 2022 ACGME Annual Educational Conference.

These interactive, specialty-specific workshops are designed for program coordinators who are actively involved in the administration and management of their program. New coordinators with less than two years' experience in an ACGME-accredited program and coordinators from osteopathic programs with any level of experience are encouraged to attend.

The AWARE suite of resources is designed to foster the well-being of GME community members. These on-demand tools address both organiational and cultural aspects of well-being and cognitive skills training for individuals.

The ACGME Task Force on Burden Reduction recently completed its work revising the Common Program Requirements, resulting in a reduction in the number of Common Program Requirements by an average of 24 percent, and an average reduction of five pages (averaged across the four versions of the Common Program Requirements). Comment by Thursday, June 16.

President and Chief Executive Officer Thomas J. Nasca, MD, MACP emphasizes the need to work together to recognize the sacrifices residents and fellows have made the last two years to care for the American public by preparing them for their transition to independent practice during a global pandemic. This video is from the 2022 ACGME Annual Educational Conference.

These interactive, specialty-specific workshops are designed for program coordinators who are actively involved in the administration and management of their program. New coordinators with less than two years' experience in an ACGME-accredited program and coordinators from osteopathic programs with any level of experience are encouraged to attend.

The unprecedented challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic are testing the GME community’s individual and collective resilience in the face of crisis. The ACGME created and curated this suite of resources that promote well-being, mitigate stress, and prevent burnout during this pandemic.

The accreditation process for programs and Sponsoring Institutions includes periodic on-site visits to assess compliance with the Program and Institutional Requirements. All accreditation site visits for programs and Sponsoring Institutions are performed by the members of the ACGME Accreditation Field Staff, who are employed by the ACGME.

ACGME International accredits institutions and programs in countries other than the United States. ACGME-I is growing and doing its part to raise standards throughout the world!

The unprecedented challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic are testing the GME community’s individual and collective resilience in the face of crisis. The ACGME created and curated this suite of resources that promote well-being, mitigate stress, and prevent burnout during this pandemic.

The accreditation process for programs and Sponsoring Institutions includes periodic on-site visits to assess compliance with the Program and Institutional Requirements. All accreditation site visits for programs and Sponsoring Institutions are performed by the members of the ACGME Accreditation Field Staff, who are employed by the ACGME.

ACGME International accredits institutions and programs in countries other than the United States. ACGME-I is growing and doing its part to raise standards throughout the world!

The JGME disseminates scholarship and promotes critical inquiry to inform and engage the graduate medical education community to improve the quality of graduate medical education.

When the ACGME moved to continuous accreditation, specialty groups worked to develop outcomes-based Milestones as a framework for assessing resident/fellow performance in the six Core Competency areas.

The most comprehensive resource for data on the size, scope, and distribution of graduate medical education in the US.

The JGME disseminates scholarship and promotes critical inquiry to inform and engage the graduate medical education community to improve the quality of graduate medical education.

When the ACGME moved to continuous accreditation, specialty groups worked to develop outcomes-based Milestones as a framework for assessing resident/fellow performance in the six Core Competency areas.

The most comprehensive resource for data on the size, scope, and distribution of graduate medical education in the US.

The ACGME Awards Program recognizes notable designated institutional officials, program directors, program coordinators, residents/fellows, and Sponsoring Institutions for their outstanding work and contributions to graduate medical education.

The Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER) Program provides US teaching hospitals, medical centers, health systems, and other clinical settings affiliated with ACGME-accredited Sponsoring Institutions with periodic feedback addressing six Focus Areas: patient safety; health care quality; care transitions; supervision; well-being; and professionalism.

Review resources supporting the graduate medical education community, including Emergency Categorization Request Forms, FAQs, Guidance Statements, and more.

The ACGME Awards Program recognizes notable designated institutional officials, program directors, program coordinators, residents/fellows, and Sponsoring Institutions for their outstanding work and contributions to graduate medical education.

The Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER) Program provides US teaching hospitals, medical centers, health systems, and other clinical settings affiliated with ACGME-accredited Sponsoring Institutions with periodic feedback addressing six Focus Areas: patient safety; health care quality; care transitions; supervision; well-being; and professionalism.

Review resources supporting the graduate medical education community, including Emergency Categorization Request Forms, FAQs, Guidance Statements, and more.