Inside the AAMC
Inside the AAMC
Registration Opens for Learn Serve Lead 2015 and the AAMC Medical Education Meeting
- Now available is the LCME Consensus Statement Related to Satisfaction with Element 3.3, Diversity/Pipeline Programs and Partnerships. Please take some time to read this document. Please direct questions to Dan Hunt, MD, MBA, CME Co-Secretary and Senior Director, Accreditation Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Webinar Recording Available Now - DACA 102 Supporting the Financial Success of DACA Medical Students
- Diversity Resources and Data Snapshots, May 2015 Edition
- Webinar Recording Now Available: Helping Medical Schools Assist Students with Disabilities, An Introduction to The Coalition for Disability Access in Health Science and Medical Education
- Three AAMC-member institutions have been awarded grants to participate in the AAMC AHEAD (Accelerating Health Equity, Advancing through Discovery) Initiative - Children's National Health System, Emory University School of Medicine, and Indiana University School of Medicine. The program was developed to build an evidence base for effective policies and practices that improve community health and minimize health inequities.
- AAMC Cultural Competence Resource for Researchers and Educators Assessing Change: Evaluating Cultural Competence Education and Training
- Academic Medicine Study Shows Latino Physician Shortage Worsening
- New AAMC Resource for Public Health Training Opportunities – The AAMC has launched a new Web-based resource of public health training opportunities for learners across the medical education continuum. Public Health Pathways is a searchable database of domestic and international public and population health training opportunities in academic, government, and community settings for pre-med students, medical students, residents, and post-residents.
- New Financial Literacy Resources for Medical Students and Residents - (AAMC) is pleased to announce a new collaboration with American Student Assistance (ASA) to help the members of the academic medicine community strengthen their financial literacy and money management skills. ASA’s program, SALT™, is a leading financial education and engagement program that empowers students and alumni to confidently approach, manage, pay for and pay back college costs while improving their financial literacy skills. For more information, contact Julie Fresne at email@example.com
- The 2015 application cycle for the AAMC Fee Assistance Program is open. New requirements are in place to better aid individuals awarded fee assistance. Beginning this year, the program is open to applicants with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status, a change that reflects the growing number of institutions that are opening doors to students with DACA status. The program requires that applicants include financial information for all living parents and allows them to use their award for up to two years without reapplying.
- AAMC Releases Medical Education Guidelines to Improve Health Care for People Who Are LGBT, Gender Nonconforming, or Born with Differences of Sex Development View a video highlighting ongoing work to ensure medical providers have the knowledge and skills required to deliver high-quality care to people who are LGBT, gender nonconforming, or born with DSD
- Discover How AAMC’s Medical Minority Applicant Registry (MedMAR) Enhances Admission Opportunities for Groups Historically Underrepresented in Medicine
- Connect with Student Diversity Affairs Officers through AAMC’s Directory of Diversity Affairs Officers
- Aspiring Docs Diaries Seeks Students with Inspiring Stories