The conference’s theme, “Meaning in Medicine,” reflects the ACGME's commitment to an inspiring, content-rich experience where attendees can connect and enhance the tools that enable them to deliver meaningful excellence in health care and medical education.
The next post in the ACGME and Global Health series addresses the vital role of post-graduate medical education (PGME) in the global health workforce.
The June 2023 issue of the Journal of Graduate Medical Education includes six articles addressing the effects of the Dobbs decision and other legislation restricting the practice of evidence-based care, as well as one article on how the level of care in different areas of the country can influence where a resident chooses to practice.
The ACGME recognizes the global nature of medicine, public health, and heath care, and seeks to engage with stakeholders, experts, health care professionals, policymakers, and others worldwide.
To enhance access to climate-related resources for GME, the editors of JGME have issued a Call for Papers on Climate and GME to be collected in a supplemental issue to be published in late 2024.
Dr. Sultana Mustafa serves as the evaluation specialist in the Graduate Medical Education (GME) Office at New York-Presbyterian Hospital (NYPH). We asked her to share her experience at the 2023 Annual Educational Conference held in Nashville at the end of February.
What does it take to begin a new accredited institution or program? This blog tries to clarify the accreditation process for new institutions and programs with a general timeline and helpful links.
The next post in the Partnerships to Establish and Sustain Rural GME series looks at the Central Washington family medicine residency program's rural participating site located in Ellensburg, Washington.
ACGME President and Chief Executive Officer Thomas J. Nasca, MD, MACP called on nearly 4,000 members of the graduate medical education community not only to teach medicine to heal the body, but also to teach how medicine can heal society.
The 2023 Annual Educational Conference closed with an interview with Thomas J. Nasca, MD, MACP, ACGME president and chief executive officer, on his views regarding the future of graduate medical education.