Consortium of Accelerated Medical Pathway Programs Annual Symposium

Consortium of Accelerated Medical Pathway Programs Consortium of Accelerated Medical Pathway Programs Annual Symposium
Consortium of Accelerated Medical Pathway Programs Annual Symposium

NYU School of Medicine hosts an annual symposium about innovations in medical education as part of the Consortium of Accelerated Medical Pathway Programs.

Access content developed for the event, “Rethinking the UME–GME Continuum,” including the event agenda, guest speaker posters, our press release about the symposium, and video of the day’s presentations.

Rethinking the UME–GME Continuum

The time is now for academic medical center professionals to rethink how we prepare students, assess their progress, and amplify their impact along the undergraduate and graduate medical education (UME-GME) continuum. Our symposium includes contributions from leaders of the following organizations:

  • American Medical Association (AMA)
  • Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC)
  • Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)
  • National Resident Matching Program (NRMP)
  • Select medical schools in the U.S. and Canada

At this exciting time in academic medicine, many institutions, including NYU School of Medicine, are engaged in innovative initiatives to transform teaching, learning, and assessment. This event spotlights several projects underway nationally that integrate new methodologies, technologies, and solutions.

Several national medical education organizations have established new competency and milestone frameworks including the AAMC’s core entrustable professional activities for entering residency and the ACGME milestones. Symposium talks and workshops on these topics inform institution-wide faculty development strategies aimed toward strengthening  competency across the medical education continuum and clinical specialties.

Symposium Course Directors

Steven B. Abramson, MD
Senior Vice President and Vice Dean for Education, Faculty and Academic Affairs

Joan Cangiarella, MD
Associate Dean for Education, Faculty and Academic Affairs

Symposium Poster Presentations

Speakers presented the following posters at the Rethinking the UME–GME Continuum symposium on July 31, 2017 in New York City:

Accelerated Three-Year MD Pathway
Joan Cangiarella, MD; Steven Abramson, MD; Elisabeth Cohen, MD; and Robert Grossman, MD
NYU Langone Health

Fully Integrated Readiness for Service Training (FIRST)
Catherine Coe, MD; Kelly Bossenbroek-Fedoriw, MD; and Cristy Page, MD, MPH University of North Carolina

An Accelerated Track to Rural Practice (RMAT): Completing Medical School in Three Years
William J. Crump, MD, and R. Steve Fricker, MPA
University of Louisville School of Medicine

Accelerated Curriculum and Focused Orthopedic Residency (ACFOR)
Angela Dempsey, MD, MPH and Donna Kern, MD
Medical University of South Carolina

Whole Campus Implementation of Three-Year Curriculum
Lisa Grill Dodson, MD, and Matthew Hunsaker, MD, FAAFP
Medical College of Wisconsin

Accelerated Competency-Based Education in Primary Care
Mark Henderson, MD
University of California Davis School of Medicine

Family Medicine Accelerated Track (FMAT)
Betsy G. Jones, EdD; Ron Cook, DO; and Simon Williams, PhD
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine

Primary Care Accelerated Track Program (PC-ACT)
Christina Kelly, MD, FAAFP and Robert Pallay, MD, FAAFP
Mercer University School of Medicine

Using Accelerated Pathways as a Framework to Build Curricular Efficiency and Support Individualized Education
Shou Ling Leong, MD; Mark Dias, MD; Jed Gonzalo, MD, MSc; Paul Juliano, MD; Lawrence Kass, MD; Ira Ropson, PhD; Todd Felix, MD; Eileen Moser, MD, MHPE; Kevin Black, MD; and Terry Wolpaw, MD, MHPE
Penn State College of Medicine

Three-Year Primary Care Track (PCT)
Allison Macerollo, MD, and Kristen Rundell, MD
The Ohio State University College of Medicine

Accelerated Pathway in Orthopaedics
Colleen O’Connor Grochowski, PhD
Duke University School of Medicine

Accelerated Program to Becoming a Physician (APBP)
 Kevin Pearce, MD, and Carol Hustedde, PhD
The University of Kentucky College of Medicine

Primary Care Three-Year Curriculum
Annette C. Reboli, MD; Camille Henry, MD; Lawrence Weisberg, MD; and William Graessle, MD
Cooper Medical School of Rowan University

Three-Year MD
Rob Whyte, MD
McMaster University Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine