This week's e-Communication includes information on an interactive update for coordinators, a JGME call for articles on topics relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion, calls for nominations for Review Committees, and more.
This week's e-Communication includes information on the 2021 Annual Educational Conference, new materials available in Learn at ACGME, a JGME call for articles on topics relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and more.
This edition of the e-Communication includes information on the 2021 ACGME Annual Educational Conference, resources on personal protective equipment (PPE) for Sponsoring Institutions and programs, Review and Recognition Committee announcements and more.
The ACGME issued a statement April 5, 2020 regarding its expectations within the clinical learning environment amidst the shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE). This statement is updated to include a link to resources on optimizing PPE.
This edition of the weekly e-Communication includes information on updated COVID-19-related Frequently Asked Questions, new recordings available in Learn at ACGME, and resident and public Review and Recognition Committee information.
The ACGME is sharing the webinar, “Requirements for ECFMG Certification for 2021 Match, the Pathways: A Resources for Leaders in US Graduate Medical Education” as a courtesy to the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG).
This edition of the ACGME e-Communication includes Review and Recognition Committee news, information on Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER) Site Visits, and nomination solicitations for public and resident Review Committee members.
Dr. Combes discusses how the ACGME stresses the importance of teaching new residents infection controls, offering adequate personal protective equipment, and addressing clinician well-being in this article by CNN about the challenges of starting residency in a pandemic.
This edition of the <em>e-Communication</em> features the recent actions from the ACGME Board of Directors, information on remote site visits, Review and Comment, and nomination solicitations for public and resident Review Committee members.
In the first post for our new series, Journal Notes, read about how the staff and editors of the Journal of Graduate Medical Education adjusted their editorial plan to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic for the June 2020 issue.