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Is your GME office ready for the NAS?

Residency Program Insider, October 24, 2014

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The GME Office in the Era of NAS provides the office of graduate medical education (GME) the guidance it needs to successfully run its GME program under the Next Accreditation System (NAS). Author Vicki Hamm provides GME office staff with how-to guidance on adhering to the new components of NAS, including the Annual Institutional Review, the Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER), and the evaluation process for programs.
 
This handbook will guide your GME operations so that you can achieve compliance with ACGME requirements; support your program coordinators, directors, and faculty; and most importantly, produce trainees who become skilled physicians as they move from the educational continuum to the independent practice of medicine.
 
This handbook will help GME officials:
  • Meet ACGME institutional requirements through solid policies and procedures
  • Develop strategies for protecting the time of program directors, coordinators, and faculty
  • Prepare for new NAS requirements, including a CLER visit
  • Conduct special internal reviews to help underperforming programs
  • Establish a competent and confident GME committee
For more information or to reserve your copy, click here.



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