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Residency application process: What’s new for the 2022-2023 cycle?
This upcoming webinar, part of the American Medical Association’s “Innovations in Medical Education” series, will cover upcoming changes to the 2022–2023 residency application cycle. Many specialties have been innovating and implementing changes to improve residency selection and promote diversity, equity and belonging throughout the process. Approaches to solving challenges associated with residency selection include: establishing standards for the interview offer and acceptance process, using standardized letters of evaluation, and expanding the use of program signaling. In addition, virtual interviews, which were widely implemented in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, continue to be recommended by many organizations.

Attend this AMA “Innovations in Medical Education” webinar to learn how to:

1. Recognize the challenges associated with the residency application process
2. Describe changes to the 2022–2023 residency application process
3. Discuss the effects of these changes on residency applicants and programs


Bukky Akingbola, MD
Obstetrics and gynecology (PGY-2)
University of Minnesota

Maya M. Hammoud, MD, MBA
J. Robert Willson Research Professor, obstetrics and gynecology
Professor, learning health sciences
Chief, Division of Women’s Health
Associate chair, education
University of Michigan Medical School
Ann Arbor, Mich.

Nicole Mott, MD
General surgery (PGY-1)
University of Colorado

Steven Pletcher, MD
Residency program director, otolaryngology
University of California, San Francisco


John S. Andrews, MD
Vice president, GME innovations
American Medical Association


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