AAMC News features the ACGME's Back to Bedside initiative.
Family medicine resident Amana Pannu, MD writes in-House magazine about her involvement as an ACGME Review Committee member and member of the Council of Review Committee Residents.
The Residency Program Insider writes about one of the 30 Back to Bedside grant recipients, who are developing resident- and fellow-led projects to restore meaning in medicine.
Thirty proposals were selected for their ability to enhance the resident/fellow-patient connection, and foster joy and meaning in work. A total of $130,000 at different funding levels will be awarded, renewable up to two years.
The American Psychiatric Association's Psychiatric News features an article on Back to Bedside.
Medical Training Magazine writes about the ACGME's new Back to Bedside initiative and grant opportunity for residents and fellows.
The ACGME's Back to Bedside initiative seeks innovative ideas to increase time residents and fellows spend with patients and reduce physician burnout.