This new award, which will be given in 2021, recognizes efforts to achieve diversity and inclusion in graduate medical education.
The AOA and ACGME are providing this statement of joint principles to help clarify for residents/fellows and programs the issues related to board certification that have arisen through the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The ACGME has updated its Procedures for Alleged Egregious Events to address how it will rapidly respond to alleged non-compliance with the four prevailing COVID-19 priority requirements, including the addition of a public sanction.
The Coalition for Physician Accountability, of which the ACGME is a member, released a report and recommendations, Medical Students in the Class of 2021: Moving Across Institutions for Post Graduate Training.
The National Academy of Medicine (NAM)'s Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience will host "Supporting Clinician Well-Being During COVID-19," a 90-minute webinar on Thursday, May 7 from 12:30-2:00 p.m. Central.
JGME has published an open access version of Dr. Thomas J. Nasca's News and Views article for June 2020 discussing the ACGME's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a resource to the graduate medical education community, the ACGME is sharing the following statement from the AOA regarding COVID-19.
The ACGME recognizes and honors the extraordinary courage and commitment of those working on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic to care for Americans in need, despite the toll it takes on their personal well-being.
To provide clarity for trainees and programs during this extraordinary time, the ABMS and ACGME offer the following statement of joint principles and will continue to address ongoing developments.