Annual Educational Conference

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The ACGME is pleased to invite the graduate medical education (GME) community to the 2022 ACGME Annual Educational Conference at Rosen Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando, Florida, from February 24-26,2022. This year’s conference will be offered in a hybrid format, with both in-person and virtual registration options.

This year’s theme, Meaning in Medicine: Rebuilding Connections, highlights the importance of coming together as a GME community, to rebuild, restore, and reflect on what the past year has meant for health care and academic medicine. This community of physicians and educators has collaborated as people, as institutions, as learners, and as teachers during this historic time. To effectively prepare for what lies ahead, the connections among peers and colleagues are more important than ever. Together, academic medicine has continued to adapt to changes and challenges, to grow, innovate, teach, lead, and learn, while maintaining unity and a shared vision of the responsibility for leading and shaping the future of medicine. As health care professionals and clinicians, no one can do this work alone. It is the GME community’s connections, partnerships, and collective values that will drive change.

The 2022 Annual Educational Conference’s content will cover ACGME accreditation, recognition, and initiatives; diversity, equity, and inclusion; faculty and professional development; well-being; crisis management; assessment; COVID-19; and many other impactful and forward-thinking learning initiatives and topics.

Over the course of three days, thousands of attendees will come together to engage and connect with colleagues from across GME. The Exhibit and Poster Halls will provide additional opportunities for learning and networking. As the ACGME’s signature learning event, the conference will continue to offer a depth and breadth of content that appeals and applies to all roles in GME and those who are passionate about education and collaboration.

With the return to an in-person event, the ACGME values and remains committed to the safety of all attendees. Through collective efforts, the ACGME will work to ensure all who attend have a safe space to learn, engage, and connect. The ACGME will take a conservative approach to virus prevention, in alignment with the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort, the Centers for Disease Control, and federal and local government guidelines. Information surrounding health and safety will be updated regularly.

Registration for the 2022 ACGME Annual Educational Conference will open later this fall.

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