American Medical Association July 5, 2022
Brendan Murphy

Resident physicians are delivering care more often via telehealth and, in turn, that’s had a big impact on their learning over the last two-plus years since the pandemic escalated use of virtual care.

For educators looking to understand how to best equip their residents for the changing care environment, a faculty development course, which offers CME, in the AMA GME Competency Education Program provides strategies and solutions on how to incorporate telehealth into clinical training, while fostering competency development and resident assessment.

The continuing professional development modules, which offer CME, are available to faculty at residency institutions that have subscribed to the AMA’s program. Visit AMA GME Competency Education Program for more information or to request a demo.

Julian Genkins, MD, is a clinical...

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