Sponsler said. She noted that M&M conferences generally can help academic programs meet their Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education core competencies. ... On the other hand, there is some evidence that M&M conferences do produce some
study that found 0.1% of serum folate levels were deficient in inpatients in 2011 at a large academic medical center. ... They recommend that red cell folate testing be restricted to “only the most unique scenarios.” Also, folate deficiency as an
Additional phases of the initiative may include patient education materials and curricula for medical students and residents. ... of medical education and publishing.
Farnan, MD, ACP Member, assistant professor and hospitalist at the University of Chicago Medical Center. ... How much vacation and continuing medical education time will I get?
said. At Johns Hopkins, the improvement effort is part of the iHOMES (Improving Health Outcomes and Medical Education for Sickle Cell Disease) project, a federally funded initiative to address shortcomings in ... Feldman. The education includes both
A: One of the things that motivated us was this really big push by accreditation organizations, including the ACGME [Accred-itation Council for Graduate Medical Education] and Joint Commission, to be ... They say doctors are not always the best listeners.
Ey and published in the Dec. 1, 2016, Journal of Graduate Medical Education. ... The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) has created a page of resources to promote physician well-being.
Of course, medical students become doctors, further stratifying themselves as high-income earners. ... Fundamentally, we need to make medical education more affordable to those who currently don't view it as a viable option.
Criley, FACP, associate residency program director for internal medicine and director of inpatient services for graduate medical education at St. ... Included are common medical conditions for which inappropriate use of resources is known to be an issue.
They added that such an effect on mortality “is not only statistically significant but arguably clinically significant” and their study “suggests that continuing medical education of physicians could be important and ... performance measures not