USD School of Medicines Dean of Graduate Medical Education completes AAMC Leadership Development
The 40-plus-hour course, organized by the AAMC Group on Resident Affairs and directed by Kathy Andolsek, M.D., is designed to help participants fulfill their responsibilities as graduate medical education leaders and designated institutional officials. The course is offered exclusively to academic leaders in AAMC-member medical schools and teaching hospitals who manage the institutional environment for residents and fellows. It explores all aspects of their responsibilities, including leading an institution through accreditation; improving the education program; developing residency program directors; and managing resources.
“The GME Leadership Development course is designed to educate the Designated Institutional Officer in best practices for graduate medical education,” said Brown, who received a certificate of completion and letter of commendation from Darrell G. Kirch, M.D., president and CEO of the AAMC. “The completion of this course provides me with the skills and professional network to assist current and future residents navigate their residency programs on par with residency programs across the nation.”
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