The ACGME just announced the call for nominations for the 2021 ACGME Awards cycle. Learn more about the Awards program and how to nominate an exemplary colleague!
This is one in a series of project profiles of the ACGME’s Back to Bedside initiative, which empowers residents and fellows to develop innovations that foster meaning and joy in work and engage their patients on a deeper level.
It's just a month until the 2020 ACGME Annual Educational Conference - learn more about the new Mentor-Mentee Program that will give attendees a unique opportunity to build and grow connections!
The Annual Educational Conference not only facilitates great collegiality and networking, but also allows you to connect with ACGME leaders and staff members, to get detailed answers to your questions or simply to put a face with an email address.
As you review session descriptions and plan your conference schedule, here are five key reasons to stay through the end of the conference on Saturday evening, February 29.
Four major plenaries after Friday morning’s address by ACGME President and CEO Thomas J. Nasca, MD will be presented by outstanding national leaders, and will discuss critical issues at the forefront of the GME discussion right now.
Themed, “10 Years of Celebrating Community,” the 10th annual Coordinator Forum at the 2020 Annual Educational Conference pre-conferences will host one-third of the conference’s attendees!
The ACGME has been working with Chicago-based Hope For The Day for over a year, and we are thrilled to announce the ACGME is now a Hope For The Day Partner in Prevention, actively working towards mental health education and proactive suicide prevention.
Opportunities to find or elevate your Meaning in Medicine and enrich Compassion and Connections abound at the ACGME Annual Educational Conference, both in sessions and beyond the presentations themselves. Learn about what will be available in this year's Exhibit Hall during the conference, including opportunities for networking, special events, and more!
Outstanding medical skills are not the same as leadership skills, and many newly appointed chief residents find a gap between their education and training and their new leadership role. To bridge that gap, the ACGME offers the Leadership Skills Training Program for chief residents.