It is with great pleasure that we announce that our UNMC Infectious Diseases Fellowship Coordinator, Sandy Nelson has passed her examination administered by the National Board for Certification: Training Administrators of Graduate Medical Education (TAGME) and has earned the designation C-TAGME.
C-TAGME is available to individuals who have served as a program coordinator for two years and successfully completed 15 hours of education credits. C-TAGME is earned by individuals after successful completion of a rigorous examination that covers multiple content areas such as recruitment, ACGME/AOA policies and procedures, and overall Fellowship Program Management. Sandy’s successful completion of the certification demonstrates her ability to find the correct answer for these and many other areas, rather than a focus on instant recall, a philosophy of TAGME.
We appreciate Sandy’s commitment to the Infectious Diseases Fellowship with her achievement of this distinguished certification, and her tireless contributions to the success of the Fellows and the program over the last 3 years. Please join us in congratulating Sandy on this substantial accomplishment!
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