May 9 – May 11, 2018 Chicago, IL This interactive course will focus on programmatic assessment in the Milestones era, effective approaches to work-based assessment, practical strategies for faculty development, and the DIO role in supporting Clinical Competency Committees. Restricted to 30 participants, up to four key members of the DIO team who have important […]
The Milestones and Supplemental Guide for Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine are now available for use. The Milestones and Supplemental Guide can be found on the Anesthesiology Milestones page.
The following Review Committees have added meeting dates and agenda closing dates for 2019, as follows: Neurological Surgery Review Committee – Meeting dates and agenda closing dates for 2019, click here. Orthopaedic Surgery Review Committee – Meeting dates and agenda closing dates for 2019, click here. Otolaryngology Review Committee – Meeting dates and agenda closing dates for 2019, click here. […]
The CLER Program offers a time-limited feature in ADS allowing Sponsoring Institutions to submit up to 15 full blackout weeks every year. Blackout weeks are intended to cover dates during which institutional leadership and staff members may not be available due to retreats, religious holidays, local holidays, board meetings, etc. The remaining windows to request blackout […]
ACGME Awards recognize institutions, program directors, designated institutional officials (DIOs), residents, fellows, and coordinators for their outstanding work and contributions to the graduate medical education. Nominations are now being accepted through March 30, 2018. Click here to read more.
The reporting window for the fall 2017 Milestones will remain open through Friday, January 12, 2018. The window will officially close at 11:59 p.m. C.S.T. on Friday, January 12, 2018, and no submissions will be accepted after that time. Please be sure to submit Milestones assessments online before January 12, 2018.
Surgery Review Committee: A new resource, Criteria for Review and Approval of Interim Program Directors, has been published. It provides information about situations when an interim program director is required if a qualified permanent program director cannot be immediately appointed or if the current program director requires a leave of absence.
The ACGME is initiating a new CME Quality Improvement (QI) Reporting Pilot that will offer CME opportunities for QI projects in which program directors are already engaged with their residents, as well as for any future QI projects within their programs. The focus will be on program directors as the learners, and if the pilot is successful, […]
The Osteopathic Principles Committee has updated the Osteopathic Recognition FAQ document. The Committee added new FAQs covering the following topics: Acceptable qualifications for the leader of osteopathic-focused education in lieu of American Osteopathic Association (AOA) board certification Minimum number of residents waiver Osteopathic-focused faculty evaluations Program director/co-program director/osteopathic-focused track director requirements Summative evaluations Direct questions to Executive Director Tiffany […]
The experiential Leadership Skills Training Programs consist of small-group sessions designed to introduce the essential skills required for rising and current chief residents to develop enhanced self-awareness and learn leadership concepts that increase individual effectiveness in a leadership role. For information and to register, click here.