Graduate Medical Education requires residents and fellows to fulfill various training requirements throughout the academic year.
American Medical Association – GME Competency Education Program (GCEP)
GME Competency Education Program (GCEP) is an interactive, web-based educational series that focuses on the ACGME six core competencies and other relevant areas of graduate medical education. With a GCEP account, you also have an AMA membership, which provides you a number of resources and benefits. Check out these AMA membership benefits here
Each academic year, GME selects specific modules from the GCEP library to assign to trainees. ALL residents and fellows are required to complete the selected modules.
and then click on GME Competency Education Programs (in the second row of images) to access GCEP.
USF Saba System
Saba is USF Health's web-based learning management system, hosting several of the online training modules required in your role as a resident or fellow.
Your USF Health web account is used to access Saba. If you have difficulties logging into Saba, please submit a ticket to IT: http://health.usf.edu/is
for Saba instructions.
to access Saba.
Affiliated Hospital Training Requirements
Each of our affiliated hospitals have specific training requirements for residents and fellows. Some training, such as clinical systems training, must be completed prior to the start of a rotation at the affiliated hospital. If you rotate at multiple hospitals you will be required to complete clinical system training for each hospital. Other types of training may occur at various times throughout the academic year. Communication about the specific affiliated hospital training requirements will come from the GME office.