residents

Last Revised:
February 15, 2017
Published on:
Wednesday, February 15, 2017

It depends. If the quality improvement project led by residents included accredited CME and physicians as learners, then yes. If the quality improvement project did not include accredited CME, then no. 

Published on:
Wednesday, February 15, 2017

This tutorial offers educational resources to help providers achieve compliance with Criteria 23-25 in the "Promotes Team-based Education" category of the...

Last Revised:
February 15, 2017
Published on:
Wednesday, February 15, 2017

No. The provider can involve students from any health profession as planners and faculty of CME activities for Criterion 25.

Last Revised:
February 15, 2017
Published on:
Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Overview of Criterion 25 from the ACCME Menu of Criteria for Accreditation with Commendation by Graham McMahon, MD, MMSc, ACCME President and CEO.

>>McMAHON: Health profession students are the future of each of our professions, of course, and they're very astute informants to us, to help us anticipate the changing...

Published on:
Friday, July 12, 2013

This ACCME handout offers simple approaches for applying the accreditation requirements to learning from teaching CME activities.

Published on:
Wednesday, February 13, 2013

The provider participates on the quality committee of its institution and works with the graduate medical education (GME) department to develop quality and performance improvement activities for residents and faculty.

 ...

Last Revised:
December 22, 2016

Yes. Scholarships for Residents and Fellows fall under the purview of other organizations' guidelines and standards (e.g., See the Ethical Opinion 9.6.2 (d) of the...

Integrating the Teaching of Medical Students and Residents into Your CME Program 

The American Medical Association recently approved...