The conference is just a month away and there is still time to register before online registration closes February 3. (On-site registration will be available at a higher price.)
Still deciding whether to register? Read the top reasons to attend the conference. Not only do the educational sessions promote engagement and peer interaction, and accommodate different learning styles, but learning in person allows for deeper and more meaningful instruction. Being able to connect face to face gives learners and educators a greater opportunity to develop relationships and gain new perspectives.
The online job board will be filled with available positions in graduate medical education (GME). Submit postings by February 10, 2023. (Conference attendance is not required to submit a job listing.)
Email questions to email@example.com.
The following Review Committees seek their next public members for six-year terms. Public members share the perspective of the public, foster public accountability, enrich the work of the Review Committee through outside expertise, and create transparency. While nominees cannot be physicians, other health care professionals are permitted if they are not employed by an organization with ACGME-accredited residency or fellowship programs.
Details: Term begins July 1, 2023. Additional information is available on the Documents and Resources page of the Urology section of the ACGME website.
Contact: Emma Breibart-White
Deadline: March 31, 2023
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
Details: Term begins July 1, 2024. Additional information is available on the Documents and Resources page of the Obstetrics and Gynecology section of the ACGME website.
Contact: Emma Breibart-White
strong>Deadline: March 31, 2023
Developed by the ACGME, American Medical Association (AMA), National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education, and RespectAbility, the National Health Equity Grand Rounds is a new series of presentations by national leaders and experts on content designed to promote conversation and collaborative work toward a healthier future for all. ACGME Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer William A. McDade, MD, PhD will help kick off the inaugural event in this series, History of Racism in US Health Care: Root Causes of Today’s Hierarchy and Systems of Power.
The event will take place Tuesday, February 7, from 1:00-2:30 p.m. Central.
Other Featured Speakers:
The event is free - register now for this timely discussion about racism in US health care and learn about the root causes of current structural inequities and past unethical medical experimentation.
Additionally, CME credit will be offered at no cost to attendees. This activity has been approved for 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
Learn more about this event and the series, including upcoming dates and topics for future presentations, and register for the February 7 event at https://healthequitygrandrounds.com.
The ACGME recognizes notable designated institutional officials, program directors, residents and fellows, institutional and program coordinators, programs, institutions, and specialty organizations for their outstanding work and contributions to GME through its Awards Program, which includes:
Nomination materials are available on each award's page in the Awards section of the ACGME website.
The GME community is invited to give feedback on the drafts of the Milestones listed below. The Milestones reporting data, along with other survey results and comments, informed the changes. The Work Groups also created Supplemental Guides to enhance understanding of the Milestones.
Submit Feedback by Sunday, February 12, 2023
Child Abuse Pediatrics
Pediatric Critical Care
Pediatric Hospital Medicine
Pediatric Infectious Diseases
A Unique Lens: Understanding What Nurses Are Best Positioned to Assess About Residents
Kimiko S. Dunbar, MD; Laura E. Chiel, MD; Dennis P. Doherty, PhD, RN, NPD-BC; Ariel S. Winn, MD; Carolyn H. Marcus, MD
The authors of this Original Research article performed a qualitative study to understand resident behaviors that nurses are best suited to assess for critical and successful implementation of feedback from nurses to residents.
Shaping a Career as a Clinician Educator
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD; Matthew G. Tuck, MD, MEd, FACP; Kathryn M. Andolsek, MD, MPH; David M. Irby, MDiv, PhD; Deborah Simpson, PhD
Continuing the Rip Out series on clinician educator career development, the authors explore how to shape a career as a clinician educator, navigating an array of potential pathways that are dynamic, evolving, and individualized. They offer step-by-step guidance and action items for success.
The following Program Requirements and accompanying Impact Statements are posted for review and comment here:
NEW! COMMENT DEADLINE: MARCH 15, 2023
COMMENT DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 26, 2023
Adult Congenital Heart Disease
Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology
Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
Critical Care Medicine
Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism
Hematology and Medical Oncology
Pulmonary Critical Care
ACGME Review and Recognition Committees are updating their meeting and agenda closing dates for future meeting cycles. Review Committee meeting dates are listed on the overview page for each specialty on the ACGME website. The Osteopathic Recognition Committee dates are available here.
Current Program Requirement II.A.2.b) states:
"Program directors of programs approved for 18-35 residents must be provided no less than 35 percent of the aggregate support defined in the table above, and program directors of programs approved for 36 or more residents must be provided no less than 50 percent of the aggregate support defined in the table above [II.A.2.a)].(Core)”
There has been confusion in the community regarding the term “aggregate.” The Review Committee will initiate a focused revision to make the following change for clarity:
“Program directors of programs approved for 18-35 residents must be provided no less than 35 percent of the aggregate support defined in the table above, and program directors of programs approved for 36 or more residents must be provided no less than 50 percent of the aggregate support defined in the table above [II.A.2.a)]. (Core)”
The Review Committee for Emergency Medicine seeks two individuals to work on a data-driven project related to a major revision of the Program Requirements. The Review Committee will analyze and summarize data on the existing Program Requirements from the previous five years to identify trends and themes that may be relevant to the revision process, with the goal of publishing a summary of findings for the emergency medicine community.
Residents or fellows with an interest in acquiring knowledge and skills in data analysis and preparing a potential scholarly publication are encouraged to apply. The candidate must:
Review the position description for this intern role here (those interested in applying can apply directly from there).
Email questions to Review Committee Executive Director Felicia Davis, MHA: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Subspecialty-Specific Background and Intent related to program director and faculty qualifications was updated in 2021 to extend the date by which the program director and faculty members are expected to hold current subspecialty certification in pediatric hospital medicine to 2025. The new dates were inadvertently omitted from the last revision of the Program Requirements. The updated language has been restored in the documents available on the Program Requirements and FAQs and Applications page in the Pediatrics section of the ACGME website.
Effective July 1, 2023, the Program Requirements for Pediatric Urology and for Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery will include the Common Program Requirements related to fellowship eligibility exceptions. These additional requirements permit eligibility exceptions for exceptionally qualified international graduate applicants. Learn more about the eligibility exception requirements by reviewing Common Program Requirements III.A.1.c)-III.A.1.c).(2) in the Common Program Requirements (Fellowship) available on the Common Program Requirements page of the ACGME website.
Email questions to Review Committee Executive Director Kathleen Quinn-Leering.
Register for March 2-4 in Chicago by this Wednesday, February 1!
This workshop is designed to provide a transitional experience into the role of chief resident. Small-group sessions and exercises offer incoming chief residents the tools, skills, and a learning environment designed to increase their understanding of their personal leadership styles, strengths, and weaknesses as leaders, developing knowledge and appreciation of group and interpersonal behavior and learning additional skills critical to success and satisfaction as both a clinician and leader.
All eight programs, held in Chicago and Philadelphia, are open to chief residents from all medical and surgical specialties.
Email questions about the course to Ann Riley. Email registration questions to email@example.com.
The ACGME is always interested in finding talented, dedicated individuals to join the organization and support its mission to improve health care and population health by assessing and enhancing the quality of resident and fellow physicians' education through advancements in accreditation and education.