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Pick six

Six core competencies in medical education have stood the test of time. ... If the six Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Core Competencies did not already exist, which would you choose in their place?
February 2018

GME needs serious financial and structural reform

The current system and critical elements of undergraduate and graduate medical education are in need of serious financial and structural reform. ... All of the above are some of the critical elements of undergraduate and graduate medical education (GME).
September 2016

Leadership Day attendees push legislators to finish SGR fix

Darshan Nilesh Patel, an ACP Medical Student Member who had previously interned for Sen. ... Udall, talked about the importance of graduate medical education (GME) and other pipeline programs, which have been impacted by sequester cuts.
July 2014

Leadership Day launches new legislation for primary care

incentives to pay for care coordination and medical education. ... to attract medical students to primary care.
July 2009

Care, primarily

She didn't need to be rechecked in a month for a medical problem, but I knew she would want to see me soon. ... He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics and was an early adopter of electronic medical records.
November 2019

Tweeting back to the future

One of those moments was sitting in on the CLER (Clinical Learning Environment Review), or the new Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education institutional site visit process, which is not meant ... This session was particularly salient for me
November 2019

Officer, Treasurer and Regent election results announced

Chief Medical Resident, Medical College of Virginia, 1980-1981. Certification: Internal medicine, 1978. ... book series on medical education and teaching published by ACP Press, 2011.
March 2013

Build your own ultrasound-guided thoracentesis simulator

Michael Westley, MD, ACP Member, of the Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, practices using ultrasound guidance to identify and tap fluid on a do-it-yourself simulator made from pork ... For questions about this series of teaching modules or the
February 2012

Learning to learn: Ophthalmoscopic skills taught by simulation

The model was first developed by Edward A. Jaeger, MD, who is professor of ophthalmology and attending surgeon in the department of ophthalmology at Jefferson Medical College and Wills Eye Institute ... For questions about this series of teaching modules
April 2011

Growth of free clinics driven by students

The number of medical schools with student-run free clinics has more than doubled in the past decade. ... It was very helpful in her education, she said, because “It's a great way to start seeing patients early on.”.
May 2015

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