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.
This edition of the e-Communication includes information on the toolkit to help aid programs and incoming learners transition from medical school to residency; renaming the Diversity and Inclusion Award to honor Barbara Ross-Lee, DO; nominations to Review Committees, and more.
The first day of the ACGME's first all-virtual Annual Educational Conference kicked off with inspiring and informative pre-conferences for a variety of audiences and roles in graduate medical education.
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.
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.
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.
The ACGME, the American Osteopathic Association (AOA), and the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) celebrate the successful transition to a single accreditation system for graduate medical education (GME) in the US.
The AOA and ACGME are providing this statement of joint principles to help clarify for residents/fellows and programs the issues related to board certification that have arisen through the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following steady growth in ACGME-accredited programs over the last decade, the 2018-2019 academic year showed the largest annual increase of programs to 11,685, up 4.2 percent from the previous academic year.