GME Blog

Did you get your ACGME Resident & Faculty Survey results?

Many programs and institutions recently received their 2016-2017 ACGME Resident & Faculty Survey results.  This is very important data that should be used in the APE and the AIR to identify opportunities for improvement and to develop action plans.  It’s important to trend this data over time in order to effectively use for the self-study as well.  Although, the results are presented so that y ...[Read More]

We’re at AHME!

Come visit us at our booth at the 2017 AHME Institute! Stop by and complete get your FREE Webinar, instantly get a free sample, as well as get entered to win a PassportPLUS for your institution, worth $4,500! We are excited to be here, and can’t wait to meet all of you at our booth! Happy Conferencing!

Joint AACOM & AODME 2017 Annual Conference

Did you miss Partners In Medical Education at the AACOM & AODME 2017 Annual Conference? No worries…We are still here to support your future  program transitions from AOA to ACGME. We have a Live Webinar coming up on June 15th “AOA to ACGME – What are you waiting for?”

Need Assistance in developing your GME knowledge and skills?

  Looking for some guidance for all of those GME projects that have been dropped in your lap lately (APEs, manuals, CCCs, PECs, milestones, stress in residency, project management, NAS)? Check out Partners’ “on demand library” for recorded webinars on all these topics and more. Here’s the link:

Interested in learning how to lead a project team???

Last December Partners produced a webinar on the topic of project management. As GME coordinators, you manage a great many projects. But few of us have ever been taught actual project management skills. As you cultivate these skills and become known in your organization for your project management skills, you might consider getting a certification. For more information about project management cer ...[Read More]

Annual Program Evaluation (APE)

Take a deep breath! The next few months are a very busy time of year for the GME community. Two vital projects are going on simultaneously. The first is the ramp up for your new residents or fellows, and all the pre-training requirements. Ensuring that these tasks are done well will lead to a peaceful transition for the new learners during the first few weeks of training. At the same time, it’s co ...[Read More]

Quadruple Aim

The concept of a Quadruple Aim in healthcare is a much needed extension on the existing Triple Aim.  The Quadruple Aim adds provider (residents, faculty, nurses, and others) well-being to the established Triple Aim of Population Health, Experience of Care and Per Capita Cost.   We see the ACGME already responding to the fourth aim by making resident and faculty well-being a permanent part of the C ...[Read More]

In-depth series – Quality Improvement

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 second installment, of six, is to learn the three main measures used in quality improvement. Structure – the physical piece. This includes facilities and equipment. Process– how things work. This includes ...[Read More]

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