Keyword: Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education
In what’s good news for the predicted physician shortage, first-year enrollment at U.S. medical schools has increased by 29% since 2002.
A new study found that limiting shift hours for medical residents improved their satisfaction without affecting educational outcomes.
One factor driving the cost of U.S. healthcare is physician salaries, and more physician practice news.
Osteopathic medicine is one of the fastest-growing health professions in the country, according to a new report.
Officials from the ACGME are heading to St. Louis University’s medical school to address concerns about its residency programs.
British researchers say healthcare could learn a lot from other industries that already understand the link between fatigue and worker mistakes.
A rising percentage of doctors of osteopathic medicine could offer relief for communities vulnerable to primary care shortages.
The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education is turning its attention to ways to increase patient safety in residency training.
The average salary for medical residents is up, but satisfaction with those salaries is down.
It goes against the grain, but a new study suggests that parenthood may help protect medical residents against burnout.