Resources and Useful Links
The AAMC provides resources for residents, including information for writing a curriculum vita, managing education debt, job searches, and much more.
The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) is responsible for the Accreditation of post-MD medical training programs within the United States. Accreditation is accomplished through a peer review process and is based upon established standards and guidelines.
The ORR was established in 1991 as an integral component of the AAMC’s governance structure, serving as one of the five governing arms to provide a venue for resident physicians to have input into the development of AAMC policy. The ORR is also designed as a leadership opportunity for residents interested in academic medicine, serving as a vehicle for professional development activities for its members. The members of the ORR are appointed by Council of Academic Societies members representing either department chairs or program directors. Each eligible society appoints two residents for a two-year term
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) is committed to helping grow and sustain a movement to unify stakeholders around the cause of improving health and health care for all. The IHI website offers Virtual Programs and On Demand Courses. Courses are free for residents and University faculty who teach courses. Offerings include Patient safety, Quality Improvement, Patient and Family-Centered Care, Dignity and Respect, Teamwork and Communication, among others.
Our institutional login is UAMS. Please contact your program’s coordinator to get your login information.
This manual, created by Jeffrey E. Pettit, PhD, Office of Consultation and Research in Medical Education, University of Iowa, is intended to be a resource to assist residents in their day-to-day teaching encounters. It is intended to: 1) provide “how – to” guidelines for the novice and experienced teaching resident, 2) identify additional resources [with information pertinent to educating others], and 3) be a quick reference guide for common teaching situations. (Note: this resource is available to the UAMS community only, therefore you must be on-campus or enter your UAMS global login information when prompted.)
This comprehensive, easy-to-navigate resource from the AMA includes a wealth of valuable information plus streaming video to help medical students, residents, fellows and young physicians confront the nonclinical demands of training and today’s practice environment. (AMA membership required to access resources)
FIRST is designed to help members of the academic medicine community navigate the complexities of student debt. We help medical school borrowers expand their financial literacy, make smart decisions about student loans and manage their student debt wisely.
For Program Directors and Administrators