ACGME Case log. Within the Accreditation Data System or ADS, the ACGME Case Log System is designed for the registered residents and fellow to log in their clinical experiences on an individual case basis. This data is used as a program performance indicator by the Review Committee since they have access to the ACGME Case log report and are able ...
- ACGME Case Logs Access
The progress made by the residents and fellows is captured...
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These records are stored in special servers created and...
- ACGME Case Logs Access
ACGME Resident/Fellow Portal. For specialties and subspecialties that do not use the Case Log System, please share the following with your residents (in specialties and subspecialties that do use the Case Log System, residents and fellows already have access to these features):
Case Log Information. Defined Category Minimum Numbers: Pediatric Surgery Effective for Graduates Academic Year 2020-2021. Defined Category Minimum Numbers for General Surgery Residents and Credit Role. Defined Category Minimum Numbers: Complex General Surgical Oncology.
The Case Log System is a web application within ADS where residents and fellows (in certain specialties) are required to log their clinical experiences on an individual case basis. Depending on the specialty, the components used to build these cases are Common Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes, International Classification of Diseases (ICD9 ...
This edition of the ACGME e-Communication includes Annual Update Frequently Asked Questions, the Calls for Sessions for the 2021 Annual Educational Conference and Pre-Conferences, requests for nominations for Review Committee resident and public members, and more.
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Residents and fellows are encouraged to apply for the third round of funding for the ACGME's Back to Bedside initiative. This competitive funding opportunity is designed to empower resident- and/or fellow-led teams to develop transformative projects to engage with patients on a deeper level. The application deadline is February 21, 2022.
The ACGME has initiated a new pilot program with the dual aims of 1) enabling the exploration of novel approaches and pathways in GME, and 2) enhancing the attainment of educational and clinical outcomes through innovative structure and processes in resident and fellowship education. Case Logs and Surveys.