Residency Headlines

  • WSU one step closer to opening a new medical school

    Legislators in Washington recently passed a bill that removed a restriction giving the University of Washington (UW) the exclusive right to operate a public medical school in the state.

  • California faces loss of GME funding

    California may lose $50 million in graduate medical education funding due to four programs ending soon, according to the California Academy of Family Physicians.

  • 2015 Residency Match results

    The National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) released the results of the 2015 Match, which had a record number of applicants and offered positions. More than 41,000 registered applicants vied for about 30,000 positions.

  • Heard this week

    “It is obvious that physicians must recognize their limits. Yet they must remember that this transition to a more humane work schedule was motivated by a desire to create a safer environment for patients.”
    - Medical student William Malouf discusses resident duty-hour restrictions in a post on KevinMD.

  • Editor’s Note

    Dear readers,
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    Son Hoang, editor, Residency Program Insider

  • Residency Program Alert, April 2015

    At its recent annual educational conference, the ACGME held an entire day of sessions dedicated to the transition to a single accreditation system. Osteopathic program directors, directors of medical education, chief officers, and others connected to osteopathic programs attended the sessions to get a better grasp of the process to obtain ACGME accreditation.