The June 2023 issue of the Journal of Graduate Medical Education includes six articles addressing the effects of the Dobbs decision and other legislation restricting the practice of evidence-based care, as well as one article on how the level of care in different areas of the country can influence where a resident chooses to practice.
To enhance access to climate-related resources for GME, the editors of JGME have issued a Call for Papers on Climate and GME to be collected in a supplemental issue to be published in late 2024.
The Journal of Graduate Medical Education (JGME) offered two lively, interactive workshops at the 2023 Annual Educational Conference, designed to help authors write a compelling story of their research, and then to create powerful visual media to distill and convey their message online and in the classroom.
JGME looks forward to returning in person to the ACGME Annual Educational Conference in Nashville, offering two educational sessions and a presence in the ACGME Hub.
The next in the Journal of Graduate Medical Education’s (JGME’s) Journal Notes series features a conversation with Dr. Halah Ibrahim, a JGME associate editor from Khalifa University College of Medicine in Abu Dhabi.
The Journal of Graduate Medical Education (JGME) is thrilled to have a presence in-person once again at national and international conferences.
Unlike the peer-reviewed content in the rest of the journal, articles in the ACGME News and Views section of JGME are dedicated to reports and updates from and about the work of the ACGME.
The June 2022 issue of JGME includes the annual New Ideas feature, with short articles on GME innovations that have been implemented at least once, appear to be successful, and can be adopted by others.
This year, the Journal of Graduate Medical Education (JGME) is encouraging authors to create visual abstracts for accepted articles and providing resources to help.
Beginning with the April 2022 issue, the editors of JGME have launched a series of articles, scheduled to publish over the next year and a half, to explore different types of literature reviews.