Graduate Medical Education Committee Handbook
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Your GMEC is responsible for so much more than meetings and paperwork
It takes more than just meetings and paperwork to run an effective residency program. You need a Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC) that is driven to lead both quality of education and quality of life for residents.
Not to mention the critical role of the GMEC in obtaining and maintaining accreditation
With such vital responsibility in obtaining accreditation, it is crucial that GMEC members understand the function of the committee and their role. The Graduate Medical Education Committee Handbook is a complete guide to the many functions of the GMEC. It will help you:
- Increase the efficiency and effectiveness of your GMEC
- Clearly define roles and responsibilities of key players
- Discover strategies to obtain funding
- Improve residents’ work environment
- Manage paperwork and deadlines
- Comply with ACGME requirements
- Prepare for institutional reviews
- Conduct internal reviews
- Deal with residents in academic trouble
- Save time with sample forms and tools
The Graduate Medical Education Committee Handbook provides field-tested tools and procedures you can use as a starting point to achieve compliance. It includes:
- Policies for resident supervision, dealing with disruptive residents, vendor relationships, and more
- Templates, tools, and tips for GMEC-related tasks
- Answers to common problems that may arise in GME operations
- Tips for preparing for, completing, and analyzing an internal review and report
- Strategies for optimizing outcomes through collaboration in planning for institutional reviews
- For new GMEC members, an outline of the key functions, players, and responsibilities of the GMEC
- Tips for ensuring institutional compliance for resident work hours, research, and competency requirements
The Graduate Medical Education Committee Handbook provides resources to clarify these complex duties:
Funding: Get ideas on how to help the GMEC tap into their resources and approach hospital executives for funding.
Internal Reviews: Learn how to conduct internal reviews, and how they can be used to provide clear evidence of oversight during an institutional review.
Citations: Gain tools to document your progress in addressing citations, which you can also use when compiling information for the ACGME.
Quality of Education and Work Environment: Use our policy samples as a starting point and meet ACGME requirements.
Proper Oversight: Receive tips on how to demonstrate and document oversight, collaborate with key players, and proactively prepare for institutional reviews.
This handbook will help . . .Teaching hospitals, GME offices and staff, GMEC members, residency program directors and coordinators, designated institutional officials, medical staff professionals, department heads, faculty development offices
About the experts who bring you The Graduate Medical Education Committee Handbook . . .Author Vicki Hamm is the Graduate Medical Education program administrator at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha for over 32 years. She maintains institutional oversight of 36 training programs and 450 house officers. She is a member of the Graduate Medical Education Committee and manages all the internal reviews for the training programs as well as budget, orientation, IMG sponsorship, NRMP, and ACGME institutional and program reviews.
Contributor Christine Redovan, MBA, is the director of Graduate Medical Education & International Affairs at MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland. Redovan administers 22 ACGME accredited training programs with over 370 house officers. She manages institutional reviews, GMEC responsibilities, and program reviews. In addition, Redovan oversees the medical student program, AOA- and ADA- accredited residencies, recruitment activities and seven shared ACGME-accredited programs.
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