The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) recently released its summary report of the Pursuing Excellence in Clinical Learning Environments (Pursuing Excellence) Pathway Leaders Patient Safety Collaborative.
Like so much this year, the residency interview process is going virtual.
Along with the August 2020 issue, the Journal of Graduate Medical Education is excited to introduce the sixth episode of the JGME Podcast, Hot Topics in MedEd.
In the first post for our new series, Journal Notes, read about how the staff and editors of the Journal of Graduate Medical Education adjusted their editorial plan to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic for the June 2020 issue.
Brooks J. Obr, MD, MME's poster, “The Paradox of Resident Physician Leadership Education: ‘It’s very important and I’m already quite satisfied with my skill set,’” presented at the 2020 ACGME Annual Educational Conference, explores residents’ and fellows’ attitudes toward leadership education.
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.