The ACGME presented the second in a series of webinars designed around the findings of Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER) Program site visits related to the six CLER Focus Areas.
The proposed revisions to Section VI of its Common Program Requirements are open for public comment over the next 45 days. The Requirements provide uniform standards for all accredited US residency and fellowship programs.
The newly organized and expanded 2015-2016 Data Resource Book shows the largest number of newly-accredited ACGME programs in over a decade, driving an increase in future US physicians who will serve the nation's health care needs.
The ACGME has released the first in a series of Issue Briefs relating to the recently released CLER National Report of Findings 2016.
Eight Sponsoring Institutions will participate in the Pursuing Excellence in Clinical Learning Environments initiative announced earlier this year. The four-year initiative is aimed at driving improvements within clinical learning environments.
Dr. Nasca, who served as principal speaker at the ceremony, was chosen to receive the degree for his leadership in American medicine and early involvement in advising the founders of The Commonwealth Medical College (TCMC).
The first Thomas J. Nasca, M.D. Award for Distinguished Teaching and Dedication to Student Medical Education was presented June 1 at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College Class Day Program, named to honor the ACGME's CEO.
The Annals of Internal Medicine published “The Internal Medicine Reporting Milestones: Cross-sectional Description of Initial Implementation in U.S. Residency Programs” on May 10, 2016.
The ACGME is pleased to announce that Eric Holmboe, MD, board-certified internist and ACGME senior vice president, Milestones Development and Evaluation, has received the 2016 John P. Hubbard Award from the National Board of Medical Examiners®.