Since fall 2020, the Journal of Graduate Medical Education (JGME) has posted an ongoing call for manuscript submissions on diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice, and the response has already generated the beginnings of a collection that continues to grow.
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.
Journal of Graduate Medical Education (JGME) is published by the ACGME as an editorially independent, peer-reviewed publication. But what exactly does editorial independence mean in terms of their relationship, and why is it so important to both JGME and the ACGME? These questions and answers hopefully shed some light.
In honor of Pride Month, the Journal of Graduate Medical Education (JGME) is highlighting both recent and past articles tackling issues around LGBTQ+ diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Nick Yaghmour is the Associate Director for Well-Being and Milestones Research at the ACGME. We asked him about his experience with the conference, his role, and what else he's working on.
At the 2021 ACGME Annual Educational Conference, Athena Gonzalez and her team presented their poster, Strategies for Optimizing Fit Testing for Residents and the Evolving Role of the Program Coordinator, about their work in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure residents were wearing properly sized and fitted masks and respirators, even as supplies changed.
Bree Bower and her team in the anesthesiology and pain medicine department at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio studied the affects of COVID-19 on fellow recruitment and presented that work at the 2021 ACGME Annual Educational Conference in the Poster Hall.
At the 2021 ACGME Annual Educational Conference, Dr. Tina Simpson presented her team’s work in the poster, Implementing an Anti-Racism Workshop at an Academic University in the Deep South for Graduate Medical Education.
Andrew Bi, MD and colleagues explored the roles of female leaders and highlighted the need for improvement at the leadership level in orthopaedics and presented their research in the poster Female Representation within Orthopaedic Leadership: Where Are We Now? at the 2021 ACGME Annual Educational Conference in late February.