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.
At its September 2022 annual meeting, the ACGME Board of Directors approved new officers: Claudia J. Wyatt-Johnson, MA, George E. Thibault, MD, H. Roger Hadley, MD.
The ACGME has released its 2021-2022 Data Resource Book, the most comprehensive and reliable resource of its kind, including data on the size, scope, and distribution of graduate medical education (GME) in the US.
Recognizing that the function of the US health system is at stake due to dangerously mounting health care system pressures, the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)’s National Plan for Health Workforce Well-Being calls for immediate action to safeguard this precious national resource dedicated to protecting the nation’s health.
The ACGME is proud to announce its 2023 Award recipients, recognizing the strength, innovation, and commitment to the graduate medical education (GME) community these recipients have displayed.
The first-ever Clinician Educator Milestones are now available, designed to support development and improvement of teaching and learning skills across the continuum of medical education.
The ACGME, Association of American Medical Colleges, and American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine are launching an initiative to create a common set of foundational competencies for use in undergraduate medical education programs in the US.
The ACGME is proud to announce the 21 recipients of the third cycle of funding for Back to Bedside, a resident-led initiative to develop innovative strategies for finding deeper connections with patients, improving physician and patient well-being.
The ACGME Board of Directors recently reviewed and approved several specialty- and subspecialty-specific Program Requirements, which were updated to align with the Board’s requirements for allocation of dedicated time for program leadership, core faculty members, and program coordinators.
The NAM Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience has released a draft for a National Plan for health workforce well-being and is seeking public input. The plan is intended to provide a roadmap to drive collective action to improve the well-being of the health workforce.