The ACGME is pleased to announce the formation of an Advisory Group that will provide consultation concerning implementation of the ACGME’s framework for medically underserved areas/populations (MUA/P) and graduate medical education (GME).
The MUA/P Advisory Group will contribute to the development of:
Call for Members
Review the following documents for more information:
The ACGME is currently accepting nominations of individuals with expertise in GME, MUA/P, and/or health care policy/governance. Stakeholder types of interest include DIOs, program directors, senior clinical executive leaders, residents/fellows, and representatives of the public.
In convening this Advisory Group, the ACGME seeks representation from diverse perspectives, including a variety of medically underserved communities, such as rural, urban, tribal, and correctional settings. Candidates may be nominated by individuals or organizations as subject matter experts. Self-nominations are accepted.
Members will serve up to three-year initial terms with the option of renewing for an additional three-year term. Resident/fellow members will serve two-year terms.
Nominations of DIOs, program directors, or senior clinical executive leaders must include:
Public member nominations must include:
Resident/fellow nominations must include:
Only complete nomination packets will be considered. Materials received after the deadline will not be considered.
All nominees will be notified following the selection process. This is currently expected to be completed in late summer.
Director, Medically Underserved Areas/Populations and GME
Laney McDougal, MS-HSM