AHME News is the Association’s newsletter. Published semiannually, it features articles from accreditation and other regulatory bodies as well as from AHME members who describe their solutions to various educational challenges. Print editions of the newsletter are distributed to members and issues are also archived electronically in the Members Area of the AHME Website.
Guide to Medical Education in the Teaching Hospital
This fifth edition of the Guide to Medical Education in the Teaching Hospital, Katherine G. Stephens, PhD, Editor, provides an overview of topics across the medical education continuum that impact hospital medical education. With 43 chapters, the Guide is both a primer for the day-to-day challenges of delivering quality medical education and meeting accreditation standards, and an overview of the current status and the future of medical education in the teaching hospitals. Authors include thought leaders from the ACGME, ACCME, and the AAMC, along with many other contributors from key medical education organizations and professionals in the field. AHME members have access to an electronic version of the Guide posted in the Members Area of the AHME Website. Print editions can also be purchased through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Remediation of the Struggling Medical Learner
In this well-organized, insightful, and practical second edition of her book, Jeannette Guerrasio, MD, generously shares her experience working with underperforming medical learners. Weaving real life examples of struggling learners with genuine faculty reactions, the author creates guidelines for identifying these learners, diagnosing their specific difficulties, and remediating their deficiencies. The experts agree that Remediation of the Struggling Medical Learner will benefit those who teach at all levels of medical training, from students through attending physicians. Similar to the Guide, this publication is available electronically in the Members Area of the AHME Website and the print edition can be purchased through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Remediation Case Studies: Helping Struggling Medical Learners
A companion to Dr. Guerrasio’s earlier work, this book provides detailed examples of faculty helping students and residents to overcome obstacles. Based on her practical framework for diagnosing difficulties and improving performance, this volume features 24 real-life cases. Contributors describe the students and residents who needed remediation and the strategies used to help these learners. Instructors share what worked/what didn’t work and, in hindsight, what might have worked better. By adding her own insightful comments about each case, Dr. Guerrasio has created a valuable resource for both new and experienced remediators. This publication is available electronically in the Members Area of the AHME Website and the print edition can be purchased through Amazon and Barnes and Noble,
Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions
The Journal for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (JCEHP) is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal of particular value to those with an interest in continuing medical education and continuing professional development. JCEHP is owned by AHME in collaboration with the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions and the Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education. Print editions of JCEHP are distributed to AHME Council on Continuing Medical Education members and issues are also archived electronically in the Members Area of the AHME Website.