This week's email includes the Annual Educational Conference Calls for Abstracts and Exhibits as well as opportunities to post on the conference's Job Board; registration for the National Learning Community of Sponsoring Institutions meeting; registration for the webinar on the Improving Assessment Using Direct Observation; and more.
Learn about the next Health Equity Grand Rounds, access the ACGME's new Improving Assessment Using Direct Observation Toolkit, and check out upcoming deadlines for nominations for Review and Recognition Commitee Members.
In a follow-up to his June 13 Letter to the Community addressing the accreditation implications of the Students for Fair Admissions, Inc v. President and Fellows of Harvard College Supreme Court decision, Dr. Thomas J. Nasca reaffirms the ACGME's commitment to its requirements around diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Letter to the Community from ACGME President & CEO Dr. Thomas J. Nasca discussing accreditation implications of an upcoming Supreme Court decision and reinforcing the ACGME's commitment to its Mission, including support of diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts within graduate medical educaiton.
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.
This week's e-Communication includes information on Review and Comment, the incorporation of Common Program Requirement revisions into specialty-specific Program Requirements, National Health Equity Grand Rounds and more.
This week's edition of the e-Communication includes information about leadership training for chief residents, networking opportunities at the Annual Educational Conference, and more.
Part of the ongoing ACGME Answers series, this post aims to clarify confusion regarding updates to ACGME Program Requirements.
Registration is open for the 2023 ACGME Annual Educational Conference; documents are updated for several specialties and subspecialties, and registration is now open for the Leadership Skills Training Programs for Chief Residents.
The ACGME has developed a process to allow accredited programs to request Program Emergency Categorization when planned resident/fellow experiences are disrupted due to a local epidemic/pandemic surge.