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The Journal of Graduate Medical Education is peer-reviewed and seeks to inform and engage the graduate medical education community.
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JGME Aug 4
The characteristics of successful podcasts give some clues for optimizing lectures: speakers should consider shortened duration, creative approaches to active learning, use of narrative & conversation, & flexibility of consumption when possible
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Deb Simpson Aug 4
Not actively caring for patients? Maybe you were submitting related scholarship or that study you'd been meaning to write up! Result? Journals deluged w submissions. Before you submit - consider this guidance from Editors (me 2)
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JGME Aug 3
The frightening, catastrophic COVID-19 pandemic has also been a rich educational opportunity, full of teachable moments, with its own hidden curriculum
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Tom Cooney MD Jul 31
The Hot Topics in podcast is now available on and Check it out, including this great episode with Dr. Shuhan He , Dr. Mary Haas , and Dr. Teresa Chan
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JGME Jul 30
This pandemic is not only a time for binging on old movies or checking your news feed. This is the time to work together to determine how we best train the physicians who will care for us now & during the next disaster
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JGME Jul 29
A needs assessment among IM residents in VA clinic found that they agree with many antimicrobial stewardship concepts, but feel unprepared for specific tasks
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Stephen Slade, MD Jun 29
My new article in as trainees start in literal and figurative masks 😷
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JGME Jul 27
An experiential workshop helped cultivate an appreciation of the importance of conflict management skills in residents’ professional development & confidence in their ability to apply a conflict management framework to real-world situations
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ATS Section on #MedEd Jul 21
Here's what we're listening to on this : This looks at what GME will look like in the year 2030! 👂
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Deb Simpson Jul 16
So honored to chat with school emeritus dean about the future of . Jim is amazingly insightful + funny and provides insights into how to sustain current of change. Thank goodness there are value driven leaders!!
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JGME Jul 16
How will COVID-19 affect the future of ? In this episode of our podcast Hot Topics in MedEd, speaks with physician, educator, and author, James Woolliscroft, MD, about the future of GME
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JGME Jul 14
Remote e-work enables new opportunities & applications for academic medicine. Moving away from traditional, hierarchical team structures benefits individuals & the larger group
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JGME Jul 9
The pandemic provides opportunities to try new learning modalities. Studying interventions now can provide guidance for future outbreaks & identify innovations that could be integrated into standard teaching practices, paving the future path for GME
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Margaret “Meg” Chisolm, MD Jul 7
First time this new measure of has been used in graduate medical education. Check out our open access article here: Soon we’ll share our results in undergrad meded!
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creogsovercoffee Jun 28
We published an article on the feasibility of a medical education podcast in Ob/Gyn!
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margot kelly-hedrick Jul 7
should we care about more than just absence of in trainees? 🤔🤔🤔 we argue yes & look at a new measure of in graduate medical education. read (open access) in here:
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ACGME Jul 7
Now on the Blog! In the first post for our new series, Journal Notes, read about how the staff and editors of adjusted their editorial plan to respond to the pandemic for the June 2020 issue.
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JGME Jul 7
A QI/value-based medicine curriculum, in which residents pitched projects to institutional leaders, led to increased perceived knowledge, skills, & comfort in these topics
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IDSA Medical Education Community of Practice Jun 24
Looking for tips for ? This article in by faculty from an Internal Medicine residency program outlines tips based on their experience during a pilot of virtual interviews in 2015.
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JGME Jul 1
For a group of medical education professionals, a brief Internal Family Systems-based guided meditation coupled with focused small group discussions improved awareness about and tendency toward self-forgiveness
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