Baldwin Seminar

The Impact of Adverse Events on Physicians and Residents

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.

March 2020
Joan Anzia, MD

Does the Apple Fall Far from the Tree?

Dr. Lee Francis' recent Baldwin Seminar, Training the Next Generation at Community Health Centers: Does the Apple Fall Far from the Tree?, discussed how educating residents in community health settings offers an exceptional opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of social determinants of health.

November 2019
Lee Francis, MD, MPH, President and CEO, Erie Family Health Centers, presented the November 14, 2019 ACGME Baldwin Seminar

Different Ways of Knowing

Physician educators must explore ways to teach physicians to practice with excellence, compassion, and justice, Dr. Arno K. Kumagai argued at the most recent Baldwin Seminar, the first of the 2019-2020 season. His talk, Reflection, Dialogue and Different Ways of Knowing: Beyond the Competency Paradigm in Medical Education, took place June 26 at the ACGME offices in Chicago, and was livestreamed.

July 2019
Dr. Arno K. Kumagai presents as part of the Baldwin Seminar Series on June 26, 2019

The Science of Compassion

Training physicians in the science of compassion not only makes for more caring physicians, it improves their abilities as clinicians and may help prevent burnout, said Dominic O. Vachon, MDiv, PhD during his Baldwin Seminar Series presentation at the ACGME offices May 22, 2019.

May 2019
Dr. Vachon presents the May 22, 2019 Baldwin Seminar Series presentation

Improving Graduate Medical Education in Haiti through Collaborative Work

The Caribbean nation of Haiti faces unique challenges in putting its philosophy that “health care is a right” into practice. Kerling Israel, MD, MPH described the work of Partners in Health/Zanmi Lasante (PIH/ZL) to improve the nation’s health care through graduate medical education (GME), and outlined the challenges faced and progress made in her recent Baldwin Seminar Series presentation, “Improving Graduate Medical Education in Haiti through Collaborative Work.” The talk was presented April 3, 2019 at the ACGME offices in Chicago. This talk was also the first of the series to be streamed online for a live audience.

April 2019

Atlas of Men: An Exploration of Identity, Diversity, Science, and Fiction

Dr. David Sklar, Editor in Chief of Academic Medicine, Professor Emeritus in Emergency Medicine at the University of New Mexico, professor at the Arizona State University College of Health Solutions, and author, presented to ACGME staff members and guests at the January 23, 2019 session of the Baldwin Seminar Series.
January 2019
Dr. David Sklar will present at the Baldwin Seminar Series on January 23, 2019

The ACGME's Baldwin Seminar Series and the Power of Interaction

Named for ACGME Senior Scholar in Residence and pioneer of interprofessional medical education Dr. DeWitt C. Baldwin Jr., the Baldwin Seminar Series has helped the ACGME shine more focus on innovation, excellence, expanded thinking, and fresh perspectives in graduate medical education.

January 2019
DeWitt C. Baldwin Jr., MD