The resources listed below are intended to provide information for residency and training program directors and coordinators to help with the development and enhancement of their programs.
Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)
The ACGME is a private, nonprofit council that evaluates and accredits U.S. residency programs.
Managing Your Training Program
Preparing for a Site Visit
Other Helpful Sites
Getting Your Residents and Fellows Involved in AANEM
Junior members include physicians in residency or fellowship programs. AANEM offers benefits designed specifically for young physicians early in their career development.
Junior Member Leadership Liaison Program
This leadership development program for junior members gives selected liaisons an opportunity to provide assistance and insight into new strategies and initiatives. Liaisons share input on young physicians' needs through participation at AANEM Board of Directors
and designated committee meetings. New applications are accepted in odd-numbered years for a two-year term.
Junior Member Recognition Award for Research
This award encourages young physicians to conduct research in neuromuscular and electrodiagnostic medicine. Junior members who are the first and presenting author of an accepted abstract for the Annual Meeting receive a $200 cash reward. Abstract submission deadline is March 1 each year.
Golseth Young Investigator Award
The Golseth Young Investigator Award is presented annually to a medical student, resident, fellow, or physician who has completed residency or fellowship training with the past three years and is the first author of original research in neuromuscular and electrodiagnostic medicine. Deadline for submission is March 15 each year.
AANEM Career Center
AANEM members may use the Career Center to find a job, post a resume, and receive useful newsletters, articles, and tips for your career development with the Career Center. Create an account to post your resume or CV and get job alerts that meet your criteria.
Volunteer on an AANEM Committee
It is never too early to get involved! The AANEM has many committee opportunities
and encourages young physicians to volunteer. AANEM members may log in to the member profile
and designate areas of committee interest in the “Participation” tab. Residents and fellows must remember to keep profile information up-to-date during and after training.
Becoming a Junior Member
Interested in joining the AANEM as a junior member?