Academic Medicine, by Rashmi Vyas, Page S. Morahan, Shiyao Yuan, Eliana Amaral, Vanessa Burch, Henry H. Campos, Snigdha Mukherjee, Jessica Salt, Avinash Supe, Marta van Zanten, and Jeanette Mladenovic, May 5, 2023
For more than 20 years FAIMER has provided longitudinal faculty development programs in health professions education (HPE), leadership development, and global community building in partnership with medical schools and universities throughout the world. This model has resulted in a vibrant network of health professions educators. This sustained, global program positively affects individuals’ careers, institutions of higher learning, and in some cases, the HPE policies and practices of an entire country.
Frontiers in Education, by Faith Nawagi, Anna Iacone, Justin Seeling, Shiyao Yuan, and Snigdha Mukherjee, June 1, 2023
The GEMx regional elective exchange program in Africa provided a useful platform that enabled health professional students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in their respective disciplines to gain enhanced perspectives on health issues, acquire clinical knowledge and skills applicable to their home country, strengthen personal and professional development, and develop positive attitude change in various health care delivery approaches.
U.S. News & World Report, by Anayat Durrani and Ilana Kowarski, March 10, 2023
Intealth CEO William Pinsky discusses with U.S. News & World Report the importance of prospective medical students selecting a medical school that is accredited and making sure that its accreditation agency has been recognized by an external quality assurance organization that has been reviewed and approved by ECFMG.
Intealth CEO William Pinsky is interviewed in an article that discusses the importance of IMGs to U.S. health care, including the contributions they make, the challenges they face, and Intealth's role in certifying and sponsoring them as they pursue graduate medical education in the United States.
Academic Medicine, by Jeannette Mladenovic, Marta van Zanten, and William W. Pinsky, October 25, 2022
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, essentially canceling the in-person USMLE Step 2 Clinical Skills examination, ECFMG acted quickly to create the Pathways for ECFMG Certification to allow qualified physicians to enter U.S. GME and ensure that these individuals are ready to begin supervised training.