More than 4,000 attendees from all corners of academic medicine will gather in Nashville for the ACGME's first in-person conference since 2020! The ACGME Annual Educational Conference, the largest graduate medical education (GME) conference in the world, kicks off this week with Full-Day Courses Thursday, engaging educational sessions, networking opportunities, the return of the Exhibit Hall, posters highlighting the latest research and innovations in GME, and more!
NOTE: Online registration is closed; on-site registration will be available in Nashville.
The specialty- and subspecialty-specific Program Requirements, including all multidisciplinary subspecialties, now reflect the revised Common Program Requirements, effective July 1, 2023. The updated documents can be found on the Program Requirements and FAQs and Applications page of each specialty's section of the ACGME website, under the “Future Effective Date” header.
NOTE: The Program Requirements for Health Care Administration, Leadership, and Management will be posted at a later date, with an announcement at that time through this e-Communication.
The ACGME is now accepting nominations for its 2024 awards. The ACGME recognizes notable designated institutional officials, program directors, residents and fellows, institutional and program coordinators, programs, institutions, and specialty organizations for their outstanding work and contributions to GME through its Awards Program, which includes:
All nominations are due March 15, 2023.
This toolkit, created in collaboration with the Association of American Medical Colleges, is designed to assist programs in creating admissions/selection processes that consider the “whole” applicant, rather than focusing on any one factor. Continuing medical education (CME) credit is available. Access the toolkit in Learn at ACGME.
Michelle Ihn Suh, MD, MAT; Marc David Robinson, MD; and Nicole Deiorio, MD discuss the hidden curriculum around incarcerated patients in GME and how learners, faculty members, and others can educate themselves about caring for this vulnerable population. They offer lessons learned from their experiences, as well as guidance on how to begin advocating for the standard of care these patients deserve.
Listen to this and all episodes of Hot Topics in MedEd on jgme.org, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify.
Read the accompanying article: Vulnerable yet Unprotected: The Hidden Curriculum of the Care of the Incarcerated Patientby Michelle Ihn Suh, MD, MAT and Marc David Robinson, MD.
Review the resources discussed in the episode.
The following Program Requirements and accompanying Impact Statements are posted for review and comment here:
DEADLINE SUNDAY! FEBRUARY 26, 2023
Adult Congenital Heart Disease
Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology
Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
Critical Care Medicine
Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism
Hematology and Medical Oncology
Pulmonary Critical Care
NEW! COMMENT DEADLINE: APRIL 5, 2023
COMMENT DEADLINE: MARCH 15, 2023
COMMENT DEADLINE: MARCH 20, 2023
Congenital Cardiac Surgery
Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery
Developed for residents and program directors, the guide provides an overview of the procedure minimums required by the Review Committee, gives detailed instructions for entering cases, and provides answers to frequently asked questions related to the documentation of clinical experience. It is available on the Documents and Resources page of the Radiation Oncology section of the ACGME website.
Email questions to Kerri Price.
Programs anticipating a core faculty member turnover of greater than 50 percent need to provide the following documentation to help the Committee better understand the changes and their impacts:
Additional information is available on the Documents and Resources page of the Emergency Medicine section of the ACGME website.
Email the requested information and/or questions to Associate Executive Director Jenny Campbell.
Every 10 years, Review Committees are required to review their specialty Program Requirements to determine necessary revisions. As part of the revision process, the Writing Group for Emergency Medicine requests feedback on the Summary of Themes and Insights that will guide development of the new Program Requirements for Emergency Medicine. The summary document is posted for Review and Comment here.
Submit feedback by April 5, 2023 using the electronic form available in the Shaping GME table on the Review and Comment page.
ACGME Review and Recognition Committees are updating their meeting and agenda closing dates for future meeting cycles. Review Committee meeting dates are listed on the overview page for each specialty on the ACGME website. The Osteopathic Recognition Committee dates are available here.
The following Review Committees seek their next public members for six-year terms. Public members share the perspective of the public, foster public accountability, enrich the work of the Review Committee through outside expertise, and create transparency. While nominees cannot be physicians, other health care professionals are permitted if they are not employed by an organization with ACGME-accredited residency or fellowship programs.
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
Details: Term begins July 1, 2024. Additional information is available on the Documents and Resources page of the Obstetrics and Gynecology section of the ACGME website.
Contact: Emma Breibart-White
Deadline: March 31, 2023
Details: Term begins July 1, 2023. Additional information is available on the Documents and Resources page of the Urology section of the ACGME website.
Contact: Emma Breibart-White
Deadline: March 31, 2023
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This workshop is designed to provide a transitional experience into the role of chief resident. Small-group sessions and exercises offer incoming chief residents the tools, skills, and a learning environment designed to increase their understanding of their personal leadership styles, strengths, and weaknesses as leaders, developing knowledge and appreciation of group and interpersonal behavior and learning additional skills critical to success and satisfaction as both a clinician and leader.
All programs, held in Chicago and Philadelphia, are open to chief residents from all medical and surgical specialties.
The ACGME is always interested in finding talented, dedicated individuals to join the organization and support its mission to improve health care and population health by assessing and enhancing the quality of resident and fellow physicians' education through advancements in accreditation and education.