Read a Letter to the Community from ACGME President and CEO Dr. Thomas J. Nasca; review actions taken by the ACGME Board of Directors at their June meeting; learn about the Accreditation Data System rollover and Annual Update, and more.
This week's email includes: the deadline for the 2024 Annual Educational Conference Call for Sessions; the registration for the National Learning Community of Sponsoring Institutions meeting; a variety of offices hours and new calls for Review and Recognition Committee resident/fellow members.
This week's edition includes approaching deadlines for the National Learning Community of Sponsoring Institutions meeting's Call for Submissions, the Annual Educational Conference's Calls for Sessions, and the Milestones Year-End Reporting Window.
This week's e-Communication includes information about the Call for Sessions for the 2024 ACGME Annual Educational Conference; open nominations for public and resident/fellow Review Committee members; and open Review and Comment periods.
A website has been set up to provide information and updates on the Undergraduate Medical Education (UME) Competencies initiative. The initiative aims to create a common set of foundational competencies for use in UME programs in the US and improve the transition to graduate medical education.
This edition of the e-Communication includes Review and Comment deadlines, nominations for Review Committee resident/fellow and public members, office hours to discuss Institutional Requirements on vacation and leaves of absences, and career opportunities with the ACGME.
The family medicine residency program at Mercy in St. Louis, Missouri was recently approved by the ACGME for an optional fourth year focusing on leading community efforts in public health care related to obesity and associated conditions.
This week's e-Communication has details on a designation questionnaire added for those seeking Rural Track Program (RTP) designation; information on how to view select sessions from the 2023 ACGME Annual Educational Conference on demand; updated Milestones; and a link to the latest episode of the Hot Topics in MedEd podcast.
ACGME President and Chief Executive Officer Thomas J. Nasca, MD, MACP called on nearly 4,000 members of the graduate medical education community not only to teach medicine to heal the body, but also to teach how medicine can heal society.