This week's edition includes information about the Annual Educational Conference Call for Abstracts, the Shaping GME process for general surgery, registration for the National Learning Community of Sponsoring Institutions Meeting, and more.
This edition of the weekly e-Communication includes calls for resident/fellow Review Committee members; an opportunity to join the ACGME's Coordinator Advisory Group, announcements on updated Review Committee documents, and more.
This week's e-Communication includes information on joining the Coordinator Advisory Group, articles of the week from JGME, information on how to join Review and Recognition Committees, and more.
A new ACGME Blog series, ACGME Answers, will provide context and detail about the ACGME, GME, and on some of the topics featured in the ACGME General FAQs.
This week's e-Communication includes actions taken at the most recent meeting of the ACGME Board of Directors; Review and Comment information; the announcement of the most recent Back to Bedside funding receipients, and more.
The ACGME Board of Directors recently reviewed and approved several specialty- and subspecialty-specific Program Requirements, which were updated to align with the Board’s requirements for allocation of dedicated time for program leadership, core faculty members, and program coordinators.
The 2022 ACGME Annual Educational Conference concluded with a fascinating, inspiring, and at times surprising Closing Plenary by Dr. Oluwaferanmi Okanlami.
Dr. Holly Humphrey's Marvin R. Dunn Keynote Address at the 2022 ACGME Annual Educational Conference included humble and heartfelt notes of appreciation and acknowledgement and a call to action to transform GME.
The 2022 ACGME Annual Educational Conference kicked off—appropriately, on National Doctors’ Day—with five pre-conferences, each tailored to a specific role in graduate medical education (GME). Despite the virtual setting, the pre-conferences featured community, connection, and deep collective learning.
The ACGME released its 2020-2021 Data Resource Book, the most comprehensive and reliable resource of its kind, including data on the size, scope, and distribution of graduate medical education in the US.