This week's e-Communication includes information on the new Program Emergency Categorization process now available; nominations for the CLER Evaluation Committee, Annual Educational Conference updates and more.
The ACGME has developed a process to allow accredited programs to request Program Emergency Categorization when planned resident/fellow experiences are disrupted due to a local epidemic/pandemic surge.
This week's e-Communication includes information the Annual Educational Conference's session schedule, an opportunity to participate in the Clinical Learning Environnment Review (CLER) Evaluation Committee, the latest episode of the "Hot Topics in MedEd" podcast, and more.
This week's e-Communication announces the soon-to-come Program Emergency Categorization, open comments on the specialty-specific requirements for psychiatry subspecialties, a call for Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER) Evaluation Committee members, and more.
The ACGME invites the GME community to the 2023 Annual Educational Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, February 23-25, 2023.
This week's edition of the e-Communication includes information on a special event highlighting the Vilcek-Gold Award for Humanism in Healthcare recipients, the Milestones reporting window, and more.
This week's e-Communication includes information on a new ACGME Equity Matters toolkit, an invitation to participate in an event honoring the 2021 Vilcek-Gold Award for Humanism in Healthcare recipients, and more.
The ACGME is excited to announce the new Equity Practice Toolkit, supported in part by a Josiah Macy Jr National Foundation President's Grant. It can be found in the ACGME’s online learning portal, Learn at ACGME, along with the ACGME Equity Matters CME Learning Path and Video Library.
Residents, program directors, coordinators, and designated institutional officials are invited to hear and discuss provocative and inspiring stories of diversity, equity, inclusion, activism, and social justice from winners of the prestigious Vilcek-Gold Award for Humanism in Healthcare.
The final discussion forum to help create a common set of foundational competencies for use in undergraduate medical education programs in the US will be held December 6.