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November 2014

5
Meeting
GME
3:00 p.m.
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Lecture Room C
GME Committee Meeting
5
Meeting
GME
TBA
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Room G252
Hearing Subcommittee Meeting
12
Meeting
GME
12:00 p.m.
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WRNMMC
NCC Duty Hours Subcommittee Meeting
13
Meeting
GME
1:00 p.m.
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Room E2022
NCC Board of Directors Meeting

Graduate Medical Education

GME 2014 Announcements


NCC Internal Medicine Faculty Wins 2014 AOA Fellows in Leadership Award

LTC Joshua Hartzell

LTC Joshua Hartzell, MC, USA recently received the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) Fellows in Leadership Award. Per the AOA media release (Autumn 2014): "The Leadership Award recognizes and supports further development of outstanding leaders exemplifying the qualities of leading from within, the society's professional values, and the concepts of servant leadership." LTC Hartzell is the Associate Director for the National Capital Consortium Internal Medicine Residency Program. He also serves as the Assistant Chief of Graduate Medical Education at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, and Assistant Professor, F. Edward H├ębert School of Medicine, USUHS.


NCC Radiology Resident Selected as ACGME RRC Representative

LT Karl Soderlund

National Capital Consortium Diagnostic Radiology Resident, LT Karl Soderlund, MC, USN was recently selected to serve on the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Diagnostic Radiology Residency Review Committee (RRC) following a nation-wide call for rising PGY-4 Residents. ACGME RRCs establishes accreditation standards, evaluate programs and institutions for compliance with educational standards and accreditation requirements, and confer an accreditation status for programs and institutions meeting prescribed standards. LT Soderlund will participate as a full voting member in all RRC activities. To be considered for this position, applicants must be in good academic standing, submit a curriculum vitae, and submit two letters of recommendation. The resident term is a minimum of one year with reappointment permitted.


ACOG Social Media Professionalism in the Medical Community (Video)

Use the above link for access to a 4-minute video developed by the Junior Fellow Congress Advisory Council of the American Council of Obstetricians and Gynecologists to foster awareness of the consequences of posting inappropriate information or unprofessional pictures while using social media and technology applications.