Welcome to the New Year! Although programs are immersed in recruitment, rank order lists, and match it is a perfect time to brush off your GME calendar to ensure you are keeping abreast of program requirements. Download and Review our GME timeline. Add and delete to make this work for your program. Happy planning!
We all hear that residents tend to stay relatively close to the area in which they complete their residency. The AAMC recently released select information from its 2017 Report on Residents which confirms that 54.4% of graduated residents are practicing in their state of residency. Interested in a particular specialty? Or if residents are practicing in underserved areas? They have that too! Use ...[Read More]
For a better understanding of how the ACGME reviews your ADS (Accreditation Data System) during its annual review, see this JGME article: http://www.jgme.org/doi/10.4300/JGME-D-17-00320.1?code=gmed-site Key Take-Aways: One explicit goal of the new system is for RCs (Review Committees) to improve programs more quickly through the annual review of programs on probation or warning to determine whethe ...[Read More]
Still looking for a resident well-being self-screening tool? The ACGME has a simple, easy to use and interpret, sample on their resource page.
Throughout the year we will explore quality improvement as our in-depth topic. Join us on a mini-tour of tools, resources and ways to incorporate quality improvement models in everyday GME. Our final installment will focus on the latest articles that provide insight and support for implementing quality improvement in GME. Use these articles to spark discussion at your GMEC or PEC meetings. Barb ...[Read More]
With the third round of CLER visits underway, now is a good time to re-visit the ACGME CLER website for up to date information in the form of domain briefs, webinars, and the latest version of CLER Pathways 1.1. You will quickly see how updates to common program and institutional requirements have been aligned with CLER expectations.
The JGME published a special article about duty hours in the December 2017 issue. Since it came out during the busy holiday season, this month is a good time to catch up on all of your GME reading! The article, by Burchiel, et al, focuses on the updated 2017 duty hour standards that were part of the common program requirement revision. The article is available here.