From Linda McCart, Policy Chief, WI Dept. of Health Services: On behalf of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, I am pleased to announce the release of the Request for Applications for DHS GME Residency Grants. Residency grants support the addition of new positions to existing accredited GME programs in family medicine, general internal medicine, […]
WCRGME’s Faculty Development conference presentation featured in this month’s edition of the RTT Collaborative’s newsletter!
To access the June 2017 RTT Collaborative Newsletter, click here.
The June 19th and August 21st meetings for the Wisconsin RTT Leaders meeting have been canceled. However, mark your calendars for MONDAY, AUGUST 14TH from 10:30 am – 12:30 pm for lunch and a round robin with primary care residency coordinators and rural rotation site coordinators. This meeting will be held at RWHC in Sauk City. […]
Extending the pipeline A U mentoring program helps put a greater diversity of high school students on the path to medical school. Click HERE to access the University of Minnesota Medical Bulletin article.
The Faculty Development Conference will be held on October 6th (with a special pre-meeting scholarly fair the evening of October 5th) at the Monroe Clinic, 515 22nd Avenue, Monroe, Wisconsin. For the program agenda and registration information, click HERE.
The 2017 MEAC Workshop, “Developing Your Professional Toolkit” will be held on Thursday, August 10, 2017 at the Mayo Clinic Health System-Franciscan Healthcare in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. For the program agenda and registration information, click HERE. The early bird registration deadline has been extended to June 9th. HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS: Evening of Wednesday, August 9th Radisson Hotel La Crosse […]
Another match season has come and gone and we are anxious to share information about our new rural residents! Click HERE to see the match results, medical schools and bios of our state’s rural tracks 2017-18 class. Congratulations to all of our rural programs!
The Hermes Monato, Jr. Prize of $2,500 is awarded annually for the best rural health paper. It is open to all students of the University of Wisconsin (any campus) as well as those who have graduated since last June 1st. Students are encouraged to write on a rural health topic for a regular class and […]
Recently, the WCRGME was featured in an article in the MCMEW Newsletter. To access the article, click here.
It is the purpose of MEAC to enhance professional development, inspire, serve as a resource, and develop mutually beneficial partnerships for those who administer and coordinate medical education. May I introduce to you your Board of Directors: President Kara Traxler, Director of Development & Support, WI Collaborative for Rural GME Vice-President of Education/President-Elect Jennifer Crubel, […]