A joint project between Vanderbilt and Ole Miss was one of eight selected by the American Medical Association to reimagine residency programming.
Eight innovation projects - including one by Vanderbilt University Medical School - led by organizations with oversight of graduate medical education have been awarded funding as part of AMA's new initiative aimed at reimagining residency training to preserve continuity in physician training, better prepare residents for practice, and ensure physician well-being.
The AMA has spent the last several years accelerating change in medical education. Now the time has come to reimagine residency as the national organization works to transform physician training & practice.
As part of AMA's initiative to create the medical schools of the future, first-of-its-kind Health Systems Science Review book and online education modules will help ensure physicians learn how to deliver patient care in modern, value-based health systems
Difficult conversations are, by definition, difficult. The new Alive SHARE program helps train healthcare providers in the skills needed to navigate hard conversations with patients and families.
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