Acgme Internal Medicine Requirements 2021

Objective: To explore the views of Internal Medicine (PA) Program Directors and Associate Program Directors (DPAs) on the CMEA Diversity Standard. Participants: Current (n=12) and DPA (n=8) from U.S. accredited residency programs in internal medicine. Key Findings: Three main topics described by participants were identified: (1) PAs and DPAs in internal medicine had limited knowledge of the new common program requirement in terms of diversity; (2) Programme managers expressed concern that the diversity standard goes beyond the sphere of influence of and the lack of institutional commitment to the successful implementation of diversity standards; (3) Participants described a narrow view of diversity and inclusion efforts with a focus on recruitment strategies during the interview season. Design: Qualitative study of the leadership of the internal medicine residency program of academic and community programs in the United States. . This page contains common links on all special pages. Keywords: Advanced medical education; diversity accreditation standards; Diversity in the workforce. Updated applications for new programs have been published for most specialties and subspecialties to meet updated program requirements. If you are viewing an application and the date is in the footer of the document before 2019, please contact the review committee staff for more information. New program applications must use the online application process in the Accreditation Data System (ADS).

For more information, see the “Application Notes.” Conclusions: Our findings on lack of familiarity with new diversity standards and limited institutional investment in diversity and inclusion efforts raise concerns about successful implementation in all GME programs. Nevertheless, our results suggest that structured implementation in the form of education, signage, and financial allocations may mitigate some of the concerns of program management to meaningfully address ACGME`s new diversity standard. Background: To increase diversity and inclusion in medical education, the Accreditation Council for Higher Medical Education (CMEA) released a review of its common program requirements during the 2019-2020 academic year, which requires all residency programs to have policies and practices in place to achieve adequate diversity among trainees and faculty. Drug addiction medicine Congenital cardiac diseasesadforming Heart failure and transplantation CardiologyCardiac diseasesClinical heart teamClinical informatics Critical careMedicineIndocrinology, diabetes and metabolismGastroenterology Geriatric medicineHematology and medical oncologyHospital and palliative medicineInfectual diseases-PediatricsIntermedicineIntermedicalMediacyIntermedicalMediacy CardiologyMedicineNephrologyPulmonary Intensive Care MedicinePulmonary Intensive Care MedicinePulmonary DiseaseRhematologySleep MedicineHepatologytransplanted Note: To access the following links, an account (to be created for free) in Learn at THECMME is required. . Approach: We conducted semi-structured and qualitative in-depth interviews. The data was analyzed using the constant comparison method to extract recurring themes. Subspecialty proposals: The application must be submitted before the agenda deadline in order to be considered at the Examination Board meeting. Residency applications: Since a new residency application requires an on-site visit, the application and site visit report of the accreditation field representative reviewing or clarifying the application must have been received by review committee staff by the agenda completion date. . . .