- New RPA Subscriber-Only Content: No Match, no problem: Recruitment and beyond
You’ve finished recruitment, and Match has come and gone, but you still have unfilled residency slots. What do you do? While you could wait for residents to reach out to you, it’s in your best interest to be proactive. Read more.
- Clinical competency committee composition
The clinical competency committee (CCC) is responsible for ensuring that medical educators are accountable to the public for graduating competent physicians. Competent physicians will provide safe, high-quality healthcare to patients and will maintain the standards of the healthcare system within which they practice
- Researchers find inappropriate social media posts from new physicians
A study of recently graduated urologists found that many posted potentially inappropriate content on their Facebook profiles.
- New EHR platform provides students with real-world experience
The Regenstrief Institute, a faculty-led support organization for the Indiana University School of Medicine, has developed a new platform that allows educators to present medical students with realistic patient cases.
- Heard this week
"Threatening hospital graduate medical education funding, which is critical to the training and preparation of physicians in our state, in exchange for unrelated data sharing with private entities is simply unacceptable."
- Register for our online boot camp at a new low price
You can now register for our Residency Program Coordinator Boot Camp—Online course for only $655. At this new low price, osteopathic and allopathic program coordinators will receive training on ACGME requirements, best practices for survey readiness, meeting accreditation requirements, the Clinical Learning Environment Review, and overall program support and management. Don’t delay, the next class begins in May! Click here for more information or to register.
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