The ACGME understands the challenges and uncertainties faced by the graduate medical education community (GME) amidst the COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic, and remains committed to supporting the health and well-being of residents, fellows, and faculty members, and the patients they serve.
As the situation evolves, the ACGME will continue to monitor the needs of the GME community and provide appropriate guidance, clarification, and resources in this section.
Review the ACGME’s binary approach to the characterization of GME operations during the pandemic, with a Non-Emergency Category and an Emergency Category.
Review toolkits with guidance and resources from the ACGME and partner organizations to support tranisitions from medical school to residency, residency to fellowship, and residency and fellowship to clinical practice. These may be updated periodically.
Review guidance from the ACGME on accreditation priorities; resident, fellow, faculty member, and patient safety; conduct of GME; and more. These are updated as they are developed.
Review FAQs from the GME community. These are updated regularly.
Read letters to the GME community from ACGME President and CEO Thomas J. Nasca, MD.
This section of Learn at ACGME includes resources to assist Sponsoring Institutions, programs, and their participating sites with the optimization of PPE.
Resources for designated institutional officials, including a Sponsoring Institution Idea Exchange, are available in Learn at ACGME.
Read letters addressing specialty-specific concerns from the Review Committees and ACGME Review Committee staff members.
The ACGME has convened a task force that created a pandemic-focused well-being resource library and is soliciting local solutions to share. These resources are available in Learn at ACGME.
Access other medical and medical education organizations’ COVID-19 resources and updates.
For general questions about the ACGME’s response to the COVID-19 crisis, or in response to communications sent by the ACGME.
Institutional Review Committee Staff
Office of Complaints
The ACGME continues to process complaints and investigate incidents of alleged non-compliance with ACGME Institutional and Program Requirements.