The ACGME created a new section of its website dedicated to information about ACGME activities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two areas where the GME community is seeking additional guidance and clarification from the ACGME are telemedicine and the ACGME Resident/Fellow and Faculty Surveys. Here we provide further explanation on these two topics.
ACGME President and CEO tells the graduate medical education community which ACGME activities are being suspended to allow the GME community to focus on patient care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit this section for updated guidance and information.
As a resource to the graduate medical education community, the ACGME is sharing the following statement from FSMB regarding hospital access to the organization's Physician Data Center.
This special edition of the ACGME's weekly e-Communication is dedicated to critical information about the ACGME's response to the novel coronavirus.
Since the publication of this article, the ACGME has created a section of its website dedicated to the ACGME’s response to this pandemic crisis. Visit this section for the most up-to-date guidance on ACGME activities during this time.
In her recent Baldwin Seminar presentation, The Impact of Adverse Events on Physicians and Residents: What Do Ethical Principles Say About Self-Care and Care of Colleagues, Dr. Joan Anzia explored psychological and physiological effects of adverse events on physicians, and what programs can do to help physicians.
Laura Barbo, senior educational specialist on the Educational Activities team in the ACGME’s Department of Education and Organizational Development talks about her role in the Annual Educational Conference and shares her conference experience.