Updated: Sep 17, 2019
New to your position and not sure what to do, not sure where or whom you can ask questions and get information? Well, look no further!
Participate in a national training conference:
Seek out and join your specialty group's program coordinator association
Get involved by subscribing to various newsletters or reading journals!
The Data Resource Book was developed to provide readers with an easy-to-use collection of current and historical data related to the accreditation process. The book is intended to be a concise reference for policymakers, residency program directors, institutional officials and others to identify and clarify issues affecting the accreditation of residency programs.
Washington Highlights, a weekly electronic newsletter, features brief updates on the latest legislative and regulatory activities affecting medical schools and teaching hospitals
ECFMG Reporter (newsletter)
Journal of Academic Medicine (journal)
Massachusetts Society of Academic Medical Administrators (MSAMA) (this is a regional organization for New England area, google if such an organization exists in your area)
Medical Education Online (journal)
Partners in Medical Education (webinars)
Make sure that you join your program’s specialty listserv!
Please use the comments to share any other available resources that we might have overlooked on this list.
Should you be interested we have other tools available for new Program Administrators/Coordinators:
Acronyms & Glossary of Terms
Calendar/Timeline of events
First week guide to success
Quick Reference Websites
And we're working on a complete program coordinator manual. Click here to contact us and request copies of these materials.