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Medical Educator Resources

From clerkship rotations and conferences to exam prep and faculty development, we’re here to help.

Identify Learning Gaps and Prepare Learners for Exams

MKSAP®

The Medical Knowledge Self-Assessment Program® (MKSAP) includes a Residency Tracker allowing you to identify, assess, and remediate knowledge gaps within your program and with individual learners.

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Internal Medicine In-Training Exam® (IM-ITE®)

Modeled after the ABIM Certification Exam, the IM-ITE is the strongest-known predictor of exam performance and allows you to generate reports identifying common knowledge gaps.

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More resources to help identify learning gaps and prepare learners for exams

 

Enhance Your Curriculum: Prepackaged, Evidence-based Resources to Supplement Your Syllabus

Annals for Educators

Sign up to receive this monthly e-mail alert for tips on using selected Annals articles in your teaching activities, including clinical and non-clinical topics. 

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Board Prep Curriculum for Residents

Not only is this useful in preparing lectures, it's the most comprehensive prepackaged board preparation course in internal medicine.

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Demonstrate Scholarship, Enhance Your CV, & Interact with Colleagues 

ACP Abstract Competitions

ACP offers abstract competitions for medical students, residents, and early career physicians locally within its chapters as well as nationally at the annual ACP Internal Medicine Meeting. 

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Physician Educators Forum

Share your experiences, methods, ideas, and questions related to medical education with other ACP members.

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More ways to demonstrate scholarship, enhance your CV, and interact with colleagues

 

Supporting Your Program, Chiefs, and Learners 

Reward-a-Resident Program

Recruit 90% of your residents to ACP and your entire program will have access to many free, exclusive educational resources.

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Teaching Medicine Series

This 7-book series summarizes the collective experience and wisdom of expert medical educators.

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More ways ACP supports your program, chiefs, and learners

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More resources to help identify learning gaps and prepare learners for exams

  • ACP Board Review Courses - Offered in May and July, ACP’s 5-day, comprehensive Internal Medicine Board Review Courses feature hundreds of Board-style questions mapped directly to the ABIM blueprint
  • Board Review Course Recordings - residents can study at their own pace by reviewing recordings of our live courses coupled with interactive questions

More resources to help enhance your curriculum

  • Resident Well-being Learning Series - three modules review strategies to foster well-being, mitigate burnout, and promote the value of collaborative learning environments and positive social interaction; aligned with ACGME requirements for resident training in well-being
  • Adult Immunization & Quality Improvement for Residents Curriculum - this customizable mini-curriculum addresses the ACGME requirements for quality improvement
  • ACP Pain Management – this self-paced multimedia course includes 7 core learning modules, 2 case-based modules, and additional resources addressing pain assessment and treatment 
  • Caring with Compassion – this comprehensive curriculum offers 10 hours of case-based content focused on caring for socioeconomically disadvantaged patients 
  • ACP Obesity Management – three online modules provide essential training for physicians with integrated patient education materials designed to support patient commitment and success
  • Critical Care Video Shorts – prepare your interns for their critical care rotations with these interactive whiteboard style videos 
  • HVC Curricula for Students, Residents, and Subspecialty Fellows - developed jointly with AAIM, these curricula help trainees learn how to evaluate the value of their care
  • ACP Journal Club - identify articles for your syllabus using this monthly  Annals  feature which includes abstract reviews, guidance, and context for interpretation 
  • ACP JournalWise - this literature alert service can be used to conduct on-demand searches for articles to assign in your syllabus 
  • POCUS Online Learning Activities – this collection of interactive modules provide essential background knowledge that prepares learners for hands-on instruction 
  • ACP's Clinical Guidelines and Recommendations - unbiased, evidence-based material that provides a solid framework for teaching clinical reasoning 
  • In the Clinic® - this monthly feature in Annals of Internal Medicine offers a deep dive into common clinical conditions which can be used as assigned reading or to facilitate discussions during rounds 
  • Beyond the Guidelines - use this multimedia feature within Annals to challenge learners about real patient cases whose situations don't fit traditional guidelines
  • Annals Consult Guys - start a lecture with our popular consultative medicine talk show and engage learners using the corresponding multiple-choice questions
  • Getting It Right: Cases to Improve Diagnosis - these interactive case studies address the diagnostic process and how problems can occur 

More  ways to demonstrate scholarship, enhance your CV, and interact with colleagues 

  • Doctor's Dilemma® - conduct a "medical quiz bowl” competition using content from our mobile app, and send the winning team to compete at your local chapter meeting
  • Annals Fresh Look - point your residents to our resident- and early career physician-focused blog containing reflections on Annals content
  • Submit content to Annals – submit cover photos, On Being a Doctor narratives, graphic narratives, case reports, brief research reports, and more 

More ways ACP supports your program, chiefs, and learners

  • For residents and chiefs: 
    • IMpower – nonclinical tools and resources for residents crafted by ACP leaders, experienced internists, and prominent podcasters, customized by PG year 
    • Chief Resident’s Corner - ACP provides resources specifically to help Chief Residents in their teaching role, including interactive webinars 
    • Waxman Scholarships for Chief Residents - Chiefs are invited to apply for an opportunity to teach popular clinical skills workshops under the guidance and mentorship of expert faculty 
  • For medical schools and students: 
  • Additional publications for educators and learners: