SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University, located in Brooklyn, New York, is one of four honorees receiving the ACGME’s Barbara Ross-Lee, DO Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Award in 2022. Dr. Teresa Y. Smith is the institution’s designated institutional official and serves as Associate Dean of Graduate Medical Education and Affiliations.
In an effort to increase the public’s understanding of ACGME responsibilities and graduate medical education (GME) overall, the ACGME has developed a general FAQ page to answer often asked questions and address common misconceptions.
2022 David C. Leach Awardee Jeremy Weleff, DO is a psychiatry resident at the Cleveland Clinic.
2022 GME Institutional Coordinator Award Linda Ortiz Morrison, CHCP, is the senior director, academic affairs and institutional coordinator at Luminis Health Anne Arundel Medical Center.
ACGME Senior Scholar for Well-Being Dr. Stuart Slavin leads a group of well-being scholars in discussing the impacts of the Omicron Variant and ways to move forward in a new ACGME podcast, with video recording.
2022 Parker J. Palmer Courage to Teach Awardee Nicole Paradise Black, MD, MEd is a professor of pediatrics, the associate chair of pediatrics education, and the program director for pediatrics at University of Florida Health’s Shands Children’s Hospital.
This week's e-Communication includes information on the 2022 Annual Educational Conference, the upcoming Back to Bedside deadline, Journal of Graduate Medical Education (JGME) articles, and new program requirements available for review and comment.
The 2022 ACGME Annual Educational Conference offers outstanding educational and networking opportunities. The conference fee also includes several events and activities that give you an opportunity to connect with colleagues in a relaxing and engaging atmosphere.
Though the 2022 Annual Educational Conference will be held in a virtual environment, consistent with the conference theme of Meaning in Medicine: Rebuilding Connections, engaging and valuable networking opportunities are planned to provide participants with ways to meet new colleagues and reconnect with longstanding friends.
ACGME Equity Matters provides a safe space for additional discussion and growth through monthly Learning Community meetings in which participants explore their new knowledge and experience with the initiative’s Fundamentals of DEI and anti-racism modules with physician subject matter experts, peer support, and advising.