SINGLE GME ACCREDITATION SYSTEM
Transitioning to a single accreditation - Helpful Links (Virtual Handbook)
Frequently Cited Deficiencies for ACGME Program Inspections
ACGME FM RC PRE-ACCREDITATION GUIDE
ACGME Pre Accreditation "process guide" from ACGME Family Medicine Review Committee Executive Director, Ms. Eileen Anthony.
SAS Application process instructions.
Scholar 7 is a series of seven video workshops that you may start and end at any time. By leading viewers through the scholarly process, the program shows how initiating a research project is not difficult.
The videos teach how to develop a hypothesis, create specific aims, preliminary data, materials and methods, and conclusions. The completed document will serve as a project’s Institutional Review Board (IRB) submission and grant proposal (though the IRB submission process may vary from institution to institution).
Scholar 7 videos without CME >>
Session 1: Getting Started with Fun Items (34:15 minutes)
Session 2: Introduction, Hypothesis, Specific Aims (34:15 minutes)
Session 3: Preliminary Data (18:30 minutes)
Session 4: Materials and Methods (23:51 minutes)
Session 5: Conclusions (14 minutes)
Session 6: IRB Review of Application (37:41 minutes)
Session 7: Final Review and Wrap Up (40:09 minutes)
ADVANCED STANDING REQUEST PDF | Word
Residents entering osteopathic family practice residency programs who have taken previous residency training in accredited osteopathic or allopathic residency programs may request advanced placement. The Program Director of the accepting program may submit an Advanced Standing Credit Request to the ACOFP CEE Committee requesting Advanced Standing Credit for the Resident.
COMPETENCY BASED EVALUATION PDF | Word
Residency Training Programs in Osteopathic Family Practice & Manipulative Treatment
The CBE must be kept at the residency site. If the residency program closes, all CBEs must be forwarded to the ACOFP.
CORE COMPETENCY EVALUATION FORM PDF | Word
The Core Competency Evaluation form is to be kept at the residency program for each resident, and must be available to the on-site inspector. Do not send the document to the ACOFP, AOA , or the OPTI.
All Residency Programs are required to submit Final Residents Reports for Residents that will complete their program in 2018. In order for the Residents to receive Osteopathic Training Complete Status, every Program Director must submit the Final Residents Report within 30 days of the Resident's program completion.
Questions? Contact Bina Mehta at 847.952.5105 or firstname.lastname@example.org.