The ACGME has just posted the New Revised Institutional Requirements effective July 1, 2013 for new sponsoring institutions making new applications; July 1, 2014 for existing sponsoring institutions (including both multiple and single-programs). Additional documents were also posted under the “Common Resources” section: Clinical Competency Committee and Program Evaluation Committee FAQ ...[Read More]
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In the ever changing field of Graduate Medical Education (GME), it becomes critical to keep up with the latest information about accreditation, educational initiatives and everyday residency program activities. Use the list below as a starting point for developing your own resources for GME. Schedule time into your weekly schedule, 15 or 30 minutes is all it takes, to develop a habit of checking ...[Read More]
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The following sets of requirements have been categorized, and have been posted for review and comment on the ACGME’s NAS micro-site, www.acgme-nas.org. Deadlines for comment submissions and all additional relevant information can be found on the links provided. Dermatology Family Medicine Sub-specialties of psychiatry, including addiction, forensic, geriatric, and psychosomatic medicine
Q: There was a common theme throughout this year’s ACGME Annual Education Conference; incorporating residents into the institutions’ patient safety and quality improvement plan. What are some simple things I can do now to start this process? A: Patient safety and quality improvement activities have been underlying themes throughout the program and institutional requirements. In the Nex ...[Read More]
Q: What are milestones and how will I use them in my programs? A: Milestones are observable developmental steps as a resident moves from a novice to a master and are based on the six domains of competency. They are specific to each specialty and have either been determined or are in process of being determined for each specialty. Milestones will be one of the program performance indicators for pr ...[Read More]
Pursuing ACGME-I accreditation is an exciting and scary time for international residency programs and teaching institutions. When considering applying for international accreditation, use the following tips to assist you in your research. Timing is Everything. International accreditation application time lines are structured to encompass groups of programs and institutions within the same country ...[Read More]
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