Who are the health professions students described in Criterion 25 of the ACCME’s new Menu of Commendation Criteria?

In Criterion 25, the term “health professions students” is referring to students of any health profession (i.e., medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physician assistants, etc.), across the span of healthcare education, including professional schools (i.e., nursing, medical, pharmacy schools) and graduate education (i.e., residency and fellowship programs).

Read more about Criterion 25 here.

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In Commendation Criterion 37, what does “healthcare quality improvement” mean?        

The ACCME uses the phrase “healthcare quality improvement” in this criterion to…

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