Limeri, FACP, clinical medical director of primary care at Ellis Hospital in Schenectady, N.Y. ... Dr. Monahan mentioned his loss of control over scheduling continuing medical education and vacation time as a major drawback.
This issue covers such topics as osteoporosis, nutrition, vertigo, and opioids and medical education.
On July 31, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released its report on governance and funding of graduate medical education (GME). ... These funds are divided into Direct Graduate Medical Education (DGME) and Indirect Medical Education (IME) support.
Some have to do with accredited continuing medical education (CME). Attending accredited CME programs and speaking at them as faculty are excluded from reporting, said Neil Kirschner, PhD, ACP's senior ... compensation for serving as faculty or as a
A few years ago, Lawrence Smith, FACP, was asked for advice by a concerned group of physicians while he was dean of medical education at Mt. ... Rutecki, MD, director of medical education at Mount Carmel Health System in Columbus, Ohio and a researcher
In addition, participating physicians earn low-cost continuing education credits and are able to interact with colleagues with similar interests. ... Scott said. To solve the time issue, video conferences were scheduled during lunch and included an agenda
Why doesn't medical education promote more of it? ... If the data are to be believed, however, medical education doesn't always promote empathy, despite all of the recognition of its importance.
The first book in the series, to be published in 2010, will be a collection of vignettes about unforgettable moments in medical education, described by teachers or learners. ... chronic care model and to implement quality improvement plans in a medical
Strengths, based on training and experience: Quality improvement, performance assessment and management, public policy, and medical education. ... Strengths, based on training and experience: medical education, publications, training and research;
At this point, about 20% of medical students have debt over $200,000. ... I think that the real place to start is not necessarily in those that are out there and earning, but to align from the GME [graduate medical education].