The ACGME Annual Educational Conference provides a wonderful opportunity to recognize the recipients of prestigious national and international awards.
The Full-Day Course schedule at the 2024 ACGME Annual Educational Conference has expanded to six areas, with content for each curated specifically for distinctive audiences.
An overview of some of what’s planned to support attendees' networking at the 2024 ACGME Annual Educational Conference.
ACGME Chief Research, Milestone Development, and Evaluation Officer Dr. Eric Holmboe joined the Academic Medicine Podcast to discuss a new article he co-authored titled "The Urgency of Now: Rethinking and Improving Assessment Practices in Medical Education Programs," produced as part of the 2022 Macy Foundation Conference on ensuring fairness in medical education assessment.
Recognizing the need for a structured approach to remediation, the ACGME has introduced the Remediation Toolkit, a dynamic resource to help with assessing and remediating struggling learners, underlying clinical performance issues, and successful remediation programs.
If you are searching for an opportunity to present your research in graduate medical education (GME), you might want to consider submitting an abstract to the 2024 ACGME Annual Educational Conference Call for Abstracts.
The conference’s theme, “Meaning in Medicine,” reflects the ACGME's commitment to an inspiring, content-rich experience where attendees can connect and enhance the tools that enable them to deliver meaningful excellence in health care and medical education.
This week's e-Communication has details on a designation questionnaire added for those seeking Rural Track Program (RTP) designation; information on how to view select sessions from the 2023 ACGME Annual Educational Conference on demand; updated Milestones; and a link to the latest episode of the Hot Topics in MedEd podcast.
This week's e-Communication includes Special-Specific Program Requirements available for Review and Comment; information on next week's well-being event for program directors; and resident and fellow Review Committee Member openings with terms beginning July 1, 2024.
ACGME President and Chief Executive Officer Thomas J. Nasca, MD, MACP called on nearly 4,000 members of the graduate medical education community not only to teach medicine to heal the body, but also to teach how medicine can heal society.