Sarah Meadows, EdD, FACEHP and Abraham Nussbaum, MD, MTS studied the effects of financial debt on resident burnout. and presented their work in the Poster Hall at the 2022 ACGME Annual Educational Conference, which was held virtually March 30-April 1, 2022.
Recognizing the high rates of psychological distress of various forms for residents in training, Dr. Gregory Guldner and colleagues sought to learn whether an opt out approach would increase the number of residents who actually engaged with available therapy options.
Dr. Natasha Bray and colleagues explored how completing a residency in underserved areas affects independent practice location choice in a continuation and expansion of a previous study.
For more than two years, the COVID-19 pandemic fundamentally changed how every person on the globe works, plays, and interacts with each other. As what many hoped would be a few weeks of fear and uncertainty stretched into months and months, no one felt this stress more than health care professionals on the frontlines.
The Journal of Graduate Medical Education (JGME)’s session at the 2022 ACGME Annual Educational Conference, “Turning Your Educational Evaluation Work into Scholarly Activity,” discussed turning evaluation work into scholarly activity.
Reflecting on some of the challenges of delivering faculty development trainings to already busy and time-constricted faculty members, Colleen Kalynych, EdD and colleagues from the University of Florida College of Medicine-Jacksonville developed a knowledge- and skills-based, time-sensitive, and practical program disseminated via email.
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 December issue of the Journal of Graduate Medical Education (JGME) continues its section of practical, how-to guides known as Rip Outs.
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.