The ACGME released its 2016-2017 Data Resource Book, which includes data on the size, scope, and distribution of graduate medical education in the US. Data shows residents in ACGME pipeline programs increased 20 percent over the last 10 years.
This Psychiatric News article outlines how the American Psychiatric Association, the ACGME, and others can work to create nurturing environments for medical students and trainees.
This article from Stat News discusses how the medical education community is working to prevent physician burnout and suicide.
ACGME Board Chair Dr. Rowen Zetterman discussed the Common Program Requirement revisions on CBS This Morning.
This article, published in The Atlantic, explores how residencies are structured to serve the dual, often dueling, aims of training the profession’s next generation and minding the hospital’s labor needs.