The ACGME is mentioned in a Medpage Today article discussing organizations which have reaffirmed their commitment to diversifying the healthcare workforce in light of the Supreme Court decision on affirmative action.
In response to the June 29, 2023, U.S. Supreme Court ruling that prohibits race-conscious admissions policies, the AMA convened a group of thought leaders in medical education and health equity.
In a strong show of support to engage with the National Plan for Health Workforce Well-Being, the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) has released a series of videos emphasizing the critical importance of the National Plan.
In a follow-up to his June 13 Letter to the Community addressing the accreditation implications of the Students for Fair Admissions, Inc v. President and Fellows of Harvard College Supreme Court decision, Dr. Thomas J. Nasca reaffirms the ACGME's commitment to its requirements around diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Orthopaedic surgery residents now have the opportunity to receive formative real time feedback while allowing easy access to logging surgical cases, saving time. Residents will log all their cases for the ACGME in the new ABOS app or web portal.
Letter to the Community from ACGME President & CEO Dr. Thomas J. Nasca discussing accreditation implications of an upcoming Supreme Court decision and reinforcing the ACGME's commitment to its Mission, including support of diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts within graduate medical educaiton.
The ACGME is excited and proud to introduce a redesign of the ACGME website. The updated site features an improved overall design, an enhanced user experience, a better interface, and a modern look and feel. While most of the content has not changed, the navigation and placement of some of the content has. This update and orientation are intended to help users understand what went into and informed this redesign, and how to move around it and find what you’re looking for.
A website has been set up to provide information and updates on the Undergraduate Medical Education (UME) Competencies initiative. The initiative aims to create a common set of foundational competencies for use in UME programs in the US and improve the transition to graduate medical education.
The family medicine residency program at Mercy in St. Louis, Missouri was recently approved by the ACGME for an optional fourth year focusing on leading community efforts in public health care related to obesity and associated conditions.