Graduate Medical Education (GME) Leadership Development Certificate Program is organized by Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and will be held from Jan 11 - 12, 2019 at Association of American Medical Colleges, Washington, Dist of Col, United States of America.
The target audience for this medical event is M.D./D.O., Ed.D., M.B.A., M.H.A.. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 32 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.
The AAMC GME Leadership Development Certificate Program is a two-part application-based certificate program for Designated Institutional Officials, GME Deans, VPs for GME or Academic Affairs, and other academic leaders who are responsible for institutional oversight of graduate medical education (GME) and the educational environment for residents and fellows. Based on the AAMC Group on Resident Affairs’ Institutional GME Leadership Competencies and various interactive and case-based methodologies, this highly interactive certificate program will develop participants in key elements of responsibility and build on the leadership attributes, knowledge, skills and capabilities required to be successful within their current or future role in graduate medical education.
• Develop/enhance regional and national networks of professional peer groups, in addition to understanding the specialty groups available for membership.
• Distinguish and actualize the difference between management and leadership, knowing that both skill sets must be enriched for success as a DIO.
• Design an organizational structure for their educational mission which stresses agility and proficiency; identifying potential contributors and developing their skill sets.
• Establish a competency in financial principles; understand the options of educational and medical financing, and develop a long-range monetary plan.
• Obtain a working knowledge of disruptive technology, and gauge its potential for effective use.
• Differentiate between professional development and performance reviews; both from a personal and from a supervisory standpoint. Design a process to provide feedback and stimulate the desire for new knowledge to other GME leaders within the home institution.
• Demonstrate proficiency in comprehending ACGME policies, and those of other regulatory agencies, and implement appropriate protocols.
• Lead the GME enterprise in the role of advocacy for trainees, faculty, and patients.
• Synthesize applicable legal standards for medical education; devise appropriate protocols for the GME Office, and convey a standardized approach to others involved in graduate medical education.
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