Anita Akbar Ali, MD’s poster, Child Abuse Curriculum for Anesthesiology Residents, presented at the 2020 ACGME Annual Educational Conference, reports on the knowledge, attitude, confidence, and commitment residents had about reporting child abuse before and after participating in the curriculum.
Now celebrating its 10th year of publication, JGME’s presence at the Annual Educational Conference has grown, and this year there are several ways to connect with JGME editors, staff members, and more at next week’s conference in San Diego.
Four major plenaries after Friday morning’s address by ACGME President and CEO Thomas J. Nasca, MD will be presented by outstanding national leaders, and will discuss critical issues at the forefront of the GME discussion right now.
Results from a new national survey published on the New England Journal of Medicine website* ahead of print reveal that half of US general surgery residents, especially women, experience workplace mistreatment at least a few times per year.
FierceHealthcare analyzes the latest report from the National Academy of Medicine on the issue of clinician burnout. The ACGME was one of the study's sponsors.
The fourth edition of the report presents national Milestones data in aggregate form for the latest academic year (July 1, 2018-June 30, 2019) for 36 specialties and 100 subspecialties.
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.
With planning and enrollment underway for the SECOND trial, the ACGME decided to interview principal investigators Karl Bilimoria, MD, MS and Yue-Yung Hu, MD, MPH to get more background and information about the study and how to participate.
In August, the Journal of Graduate Medical Education (JGME) published its first International Supplement. It highlights the successes and challenges of meeting today’s global health priorities and provides a forum for research and learning in post-graduate medical education (PGME) around the world, fostering further research and dialogue. We talked with Halah Ibrahim, MD, MEHP, who served as one of the guest editors for the supplement.