Because of petitioning by institutions that the ACGME
develop an international accreditation model, the ACGME-International (ACGME-I) was conceived.
However, the studies which analyzed differences in the impact of ACGME
restrictions between teaching and non-teaching hospitals found shorter stay at hospital only among the latter, which indicates that the impact of restriction was negative (16,17).
Data for this study came from numerous sources, including the ACGME
, the American Board of Surgery (ABS), the American Medical Association (AMA) FREIDA[TM] database of residency programs, and the American Hospital Association (AHA) Annual Survey (Fiscal Year 2013).
Knight expressed appreciation that the ACGME
training opportunities in addiction medicine are open to doctors of various specialties, he said.
In January 2014, ACGME
released CLER Pathways to Excellence as a guide for the graduate medical education community, teaching hospitals, medical centers and ambulatory care facilities that are training sites for residency and fellowship programs.
International medical graduates make up a significant proportion of pathology residents, ~40% according to ACGME
data, (3) and also make up a substantial minority of survey respondents (27%, n = 204 of 760).
Hartmann, Chair of the ACGME
Awards Committee, said Dr.
Jump starting a quality and performance improvement initiative to meet the updated ACGME
case logs: surgery resident experience in operative trauma for two decades.
The software tracks how residents do on a series of milestone competencies set by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME
) in 2013 and 2014.
Accreditation Council for General Medication (ACGME
) and WEFME training program would be enhanced and the Post Graduate faculty would be revamped.
The US Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME
) recognized the value of CBME as far back as 1978.