The ACGME is proud to announce the release of the latest edition of its Data Resource Book. This comprehensive resource providing the graduate medical education (GME) community with the latest GME data covers the period from July 1, 2022, to June 30, 2023.
Dr. Ortega addresses the underrepresentation and scarcity of Latina and Latino physicians, the importance of language proficiency standards, and the ACGME's role in preparing diverse physicians for the future.
One year after the launch of the National Plan for Health Workforce Well-Being, the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) invited health organizations and stakeholders to join an inaugural cohort of Change Makers.
ACGME Chief Research, Milestone Development, and Evaluation Officer Dr. Eric Holmboe joined the Academic Medicine Podcast to discuss a new article he co-authored titled "The Urgency of Now: Rethinking and Improving Assessment Practices in Medical Education Programs," produced as part of the 2022 Macy Foundation Conference on ensuring fairness in medical education assessment.
The ACGME is pleased to present findings and resources from the Summit on Medical Education in Nutrition in collaboration with the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine and the Association of American Medical Colleges.
Recognizing the need for a structured approach to remediation, the ACGME has introduced the Remediation Toolkit, a dynamic resource to help with assessing and remediating struggling learners, underlying clinical performance issues, and successful remediation programs.
The ACGME is mentioned in a Medpage Today article discussing organizations which have reaffirmed their commitment to diversifying the healthcare workforce in light of the Supreme Court decision on affirmative action.
In response to the June 29, 2023, U.S. Supreme Court ruling that prohibits race-conscious admissions policies, the AMA convened a group of thought leaders in medical education and health equity.
In a strong show of support to engage with the National Plan for Health Workforce Well-Being, the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) has released a series of videos emphasizing the critical importance of the National Plan.
Orthopaedic surgery residents now have the opportunity to receive formative real time feedback while allowing easy access to logging surgical cases, saving time. Residents will log all their cases for the ACGME in the new ABOS app or web portal.