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November 15, 2018
New This Year: Exhibit Hall Features

Make sure you plan to join us in the Exhibit Hall during the Annual Educational Conference, which will be full of networking opportunities, the chance to learn about the latest innovative products and services in GME, and a number of engaging activities and events. In addition to the exhibiting vendors and promotional opportunities, this year the Exhibit Hall will include the following new spaces and activities…

November 8, 2018
New This Year: Meaning in Medicine Featured Speakers
The 2019 Annual Educational Conference will have several new and exciting features to enhance your conference experience and provide growth, learning, and networking at every turn. In an effort to prepare and motivate you as you plan your registration and conference schedule, we’re launching a series, New This Year, through which we will share updates and new opportunities you can expect when you join us in Orlando in March!
November 1, 2018
2019 Conference Registration Open!

Registration for the 2019 Annual Educational Conference opens today! We are so excited to come together again as a community – the graduate medical education community – to share ideas and research, to network, to learn, to teach, to invigorate and inspire innovation, and to hear about all the ways that physician educators and physicians in training and the coordinators and administrators and leaders in their programs and institutions find Meaning in Medicine.

March 3, 2018

“All of you are a part of the solution… if there is anything we can do to help you individually or institutionally, we are here to help. I want to thank you for taking on the responsibility to make these cultural changes. It will make this change happen.”

More than 3,000 attendees gathered for the CEO Address at the Annual Educational Conference. The message was loud and clear: it’s time for us to collaborate and make change.

April 13, 2018
2018 Annual Educational Conference Wrap-Up

The 2018 ACGME Annual Educational Conference, Engaging Each Other: Transformation through Collaboration, concluded March 4 in Orlando, Florida. We want to thank all of the speakers, poster presenters, awardees, other attendees, Board and Committee members, staff members, exhibitors, and other participants who helped make this another outstanding and successful year for the Annual Educational Conference.

April 4, 2018

Dr. Jordan J. Cohen explored the evolution of medical education in his presentation, “Looking at the Road Ahead through the Rearview Mirror,” as the 2018 Marvin R. Dunn Keynote speaker at last month's Annual Educational Conference, offering his unique perspective as graduate medical education (GME) leader.

March 23, 2018
Session Summary: SES118 – Milestones Five Years On: Lessons Learned and Practical Approaches to Improve Value

“Milestones” has been a part of the ACGME vocabulary for nearly 17 years now. In the final session of the 2018 Annual Educational Conference, Eric Holmboe, MD, MACP, FRCP, senior vice president, Milestone Development and Evaluation, kicked off a discussion about the Milestones today and the Milestones to come.

March 22, 2018
My Conference Experience: Behind the Scenes with ACGME Executive Director, Osteopathic Accreditation Tiffany Moss

Tiffany Moss, MBA is the ACGME’s Executive Director, Osteopathic Accreditation, overseeing the administration of and providing staff support to the Osteopathic Principles Committee and the Review Committee for Osteopathic Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine. At the 2018 Annual Educational Conference she presented or co-presented three sessions. We asked her to share her experience and tell us about herself and her role at the conference.

March 20, 2018
My Conference Experience: Behind the Scenes with ACGME Registration Manager Andrea Rio

Andrea Rio’s name – or maybe her e-mail address – is probably very familiar to anyone who’s ever attended any ACGME educational program. Her integral role in the Annual Educational Conference, however, is much more than processing registrations and payments and making sure badges print correctly! As a key member of the ACGME’s Educational Activities team, she is central to the growth and success of the conference. We asked her to share a bit more about what she does and what the conference experience is like for her behind the scenes.

March 19, 2018
Behind the Poster: An Interview with Jamie Dow

Jamie Dow, EdM, is assistant director for resident education and training at the University of Florida. Her poster, Mindfulness in Neurosurgery: Improving Neurosurgeon Wellness in Training and Beyond (with co-authors W. Christopher Fox, MD, Associate Program Director, University of Florida, and Gregory Murad, MD, Program Director, University of Florida), looked at wellness in neurosurgery, which Dow says “has traditionally been considered an oxymoron.” However, as priorities among neurological surgery residents evolve and the effects of physician burnout are increasingly recognized across specialties, life balance and overall well-being have become areas of emphasis and an opportunity for program improvement.

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