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Video Transcription
Hi, Dr. Johnson.
Hi, Anita, how are you? I'm good. Hi, Dr. Garland, and it's 1150, it's 1059. There are four different time zones probably.
So for everyone, I'm going to be referring an Eastern time zone. Moving forward, we will have the breaks in four different time zones. It's 1059 Eastern time.
Dr. Johnson, do you want to just give it another minute? We have about 24 people who have joined so far.
Yeah, we can give, I think we can afford another minute or so. Okay, great, thank you. Thank you.
Hi, Dr. Hadlock. Morning. How are you? Good. Hi, Dr. Mann. Morning. Nice to see everybody this year. At least we see faces, right? It'd be nice if people took off their, put
on their videos just to say hi. Yeah, please use the networking and wait
leave the video on. Let's pretend we're at a real meeting. This is the advantage of Zoom. Hi, Dari.
Video Summary
The Residency Directors Workshop began with housekeeping information and opening remarks from Dr. Tisha Johnson and Dr. Tannette Carlisle Wood. Dr. Elizabeth Garland provided updates from the Organization of Program Directors Associations and the GME Subcommittee, including details about the program review cycle and statistics on accredited residency programs. Katie Hadlock from ACGME discussed the ACGME and provided an overview of the annual program review cycle, accreditation statuses, and citations. She clarified misconceptions about program status and citations, emphasizing the importance of accurate information in the ACGME data system.

The workshop covered new citations and areas for improvement, program statuses, and continued accreditation with warning or probation. It addressed program requirements and the role of the review committee in assessing compliance, emphasizing their aim to help programs succeed and improve. The transcript highlighted the need for accurate and consistent information, particularly in addressing citations. It also emphasized the importance of reviewing the results of the resident fellow survey annually and addressing areas of concern.

Other topics discussed include the 36-month program option, the appointment of residents at the PM2 level, the role of self-studies, and the impact of COVID-19 on program requirements. The transcript concluded by discussing anticipated changes to the common program requirements and the flexibility afforded to programs in meeting protected time requirements.

Overall, the workshop provided updates and addressed common concerns related to residency program accreditation. No specific credits or acknowledgments were mentioned in the summary provided.
Residency Directors Workshop
accredited residency programs
program requirements
review committee
resident fellow survey
common program requirements
protected time requirements

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