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.
Read about the extended deadline for the National Learning Community of Sponsoring Institutions Meeting Call for Submissions; Review and Comment opportunities; Review Committee nomination information; and office hours on a variety of subjects.
The ACGME welcomed attendees back to the first in-person Annual Educational Conference since 2020. Thursday featured multiple Full-Day Courses, tailored to specific roles and functions in GME, a networking event for coordinators, a reception for residents and fellows, the annual Marvin R. Dunn Welcoming Poster Reception and Exhibitor Kick-Off, and a celebratory dinner for awardees.
Unlike the peer-reviewed content in the rest of the journal, articles in the ACGME News and Views section of JGME are dedicated to reports and updates from and about the work of the ACGME.
This edition of the e-Communication features a request for feedback from the obstetrics and gynecology GME community, Journal of Graduate Medical Education articles of the week, information on the DEI Officers Forum and more.
The ACGME released its 2020-2021 Data Resource Book, the most comprehensive and reliable resource of its kind, including data on the size, scope, and distribution of graduate medical education in the US.
This edition of the e-Communication includes information on the toolkit to help aid programs and incoming learners transition from medical school to residency; renaming the Diversity and Inclusion Award to honor Barbara Ross-Lee, DO; and nominations to Review Committees.
The first day of the ACGME's first all-virtual Annual Educational Conference kicked off with inspiring and informative pre-conferences for a variety of audiences and roles in graduate medical education.