Graduate Medical Education (GME)

Articles and resources for interns, residents, and fellows to reference throughout medical school and continuing education. These resources also highlight the importance of including students and providers with disabilities in medical education and healthcare professions.

General Resources

Docs with Disabilities Initiative
The Docs with Disabilities initiative uses research, education, and sharing of stories to drive change in perceptions, disability policy, and procedures in healthcare education.

Paving the way for physicians with disabilities
Students and residents with disabilities have an important role to play in health care. An AAMC report outlines promising practices for medical schools and teaching hospitals to create a supportive and inclusive learning environment.

The Big List: Resources for Grad Students with Disabilities
A guide for graduate students with disabilities that provides a vast pool of resources for pursuing a graduate education online.


Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Successful Completion of Anesthesia Residency
The authors present the management of a case of an anesthesia resident with a diagnosis of ADHD.

Realizing a Diverse and Inclusive Workplace: Equal Access for Residents With Disabilities
An article that describes the updates to the common core requirements for graduate medical education programs.

The Core Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) for Entering Residency
AAMC published new guidelines to provide expectations for both learners and teachers, including 13 activities that all medical students would be able to perform upon entering residency.


AAMC Stories: Dr. Blake Charlton
A blog post about Dr. Blake Charlton's journey to a career in medicine.

AAMC Stories: Dr. Ariel Dempsey
A blog post about Dr. Ariel Dempsey's journey to a career in medicine.

AAMC Stories: Dr. Emily Hayward
A blog post about Dr. Emily Hayward's journey to a career in medicine.


Wellness and Work: Mixed Messages in Residency Training
In this commentary, we describe how the complexities of the medical system and culture contribute to mixed messaging and impact on residents.