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The AMA GME Competency Education Program

Get information about this series of resident education courses tailored to meet the needs of an on-the-go lifestyle.
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The AMA GME Competency Education Program is a series of online educational modules designed to complement teachings in patient settings and didactic curricula in residency and fellowship programs. It helps residents and their institutions develop ACGME milestones to meet core competency requirements.

The GME Competency Education Program offers a robust library of coursework. Course curricula are customizable, allowing administrators to tailor them for residents’ individual program year and program needs—all while tracking the progress of residents.

A New Way of Managing Resident Competency at Your Institution

GME Competency Education Program

The GME Competency Education Program offers:

  • Simple, user-friendly reporting that helps reduce stress on staff, residents and fellows
  • Courses tailored to meet the specific and varied needs of residents’ schedules
  • An efficient way for program directors to track core competency progress for each resident in their program

Engaging Courses for On-the-go Residents

The GME Competency Education Program platform reduces stress for residents by offering a simple, interactive way to access and complete courses. These concise, easy-to-use courses can be taken while residents are on the go and at their own pace. With 24-hour access and content optimized for mobile, residents can complete courses and assessments at their convenience.

Resident users also receive free AMA membership and access to all AMA member benefits.

Contact Us

To learn more about the AMA GME Competency Education Program and how it can benefit your staff, residents and fellows, please email [email protected].

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