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Advancing Innovation in Residency Education

Have a novel approach to GME?  Or an innovative educational process?  Check out the ACGME pilot program called Advancing Innovation in Residency Education (AIRE) for further information and proposal instructions.

Meet the Experts webinar – Fall Freebie

Join us on November 17 at 12 noon for our annual, complimentary Meet the Experts webinar.  Always a hit with the GME profession, hear from multiple consultants as they discuss challenges and best practices gleaned from the field during the past year.  Register here.

How can I find out how other programs and sponsoring institutions are handling the ACGME requirements?

How can I find out how other programs and sponsoring institutions are handling the ACGME requirements? One of the best methods for keeping informed is to sign up for the AHME Message Board (http://www.ahme.org/resources/ahme-message-board/). It’s free and it will keep you up to date! One other way to stay informed is to watch for the announcements for our upcoming “Meet the Experts – Fall Freebie” ...[Read More]

As a program coordinator, I need some professional development that won’t break the bank.

As a program coordinator, I need some professional development that won’t break the bank. Be sure to sign up for our “What Every Coordinator Needs to Know About NAS” webinar on November 1st. Join us as we explore NAS concepts, tasks and expectations for your programs from a coordinator perspective. (Note: Each webinar can be purchased individually at http://partnersinmeded.com/calendar/

Should program coordinators be members of the GMEC?

Should program coordinators be members of the GMEC? This question was posed recently on a GME community list-serve. The responses from the community were diverse, including: One peer-selected coordinator attends all GMEC meetings Program coordinators attend on a rotating schedule A combined program director/program coordinator collaboration Three program coordinators who share the GMEC schedule Th ...[Read More]

Tracking GMEC Responsibilities

Tracking GMEC responsibilities can sometimes get lost in the day to day running of the GME office.  As we are coming up on the end of the first quarter of the new academic year, now is a good time to review your GMEC responsibility charts to see what you have accomplished so far and what you may plan for over the next few months.

Is your performance criteria SMART?

Is your performance criteria SMART?  Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Timely?  Join us on September 22 for a live webinar on the annual institutional review (AIR) and the use of SMART performance indicators for an effective and informative AIR report.

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