2018 Certification Results Update
Candidates can expect to receive their results on or
before 10/31/18 via email to the address used on th
original application documents. If you have since changed
your email, please send the update to: email@example.com
2019 Certification Update
TAGME is committed to providing our applicants and
assessment candidates the best possible experience. As
we assess our process moving forward, we plan to release
further information on or before 11/15/18 regarding new,
re-take, and Maintenance of Certification assessments.
Thank you for your patience, please visit us again soon.
2018 TAGME Board of Directors Meeting
Earlier this month, TAGME leadership met at the breathtaking Redfield
Estate at the Grove to review the past year, plan for the 2019 certification
cycle, and install 2018-2019 Executive Committee Officers:
President: Karen Mulcahy, C-TAGME
Cardiovascular Disease – Advocate Lutheran General Hospital
Vice President/President-Elect: Annette Lemire, C-TAGME
Otolaryngology – Mayo Clinic, AZ
Secretary (interim): Teri Hill, C-TAGME
Orthopaedics – UTHSC, San Antonio
Treasurer: Vicky Norton, C-TAGME
Orthopaedics, University of Maryland
Past-President: Chris Tutsch, C-TAGME
Orthopaedics – University of Kentucky
Stay tuned for announcements! More information HERE
Wear It Proud!
Demonstrate your certification achievement and commitment to
excellence in GME with our newly designed membership pin. HIgh
quality, gold-plated cloisonné pin measures 1.25″ with a butterfly
back clasp and a velvet storage pouch. Available only to currently
certified members, limit of 1 per certification cycle.
$9.00 USD includes tax and shipping.
You’ve submitted your application, paid the fee and now it’s
time to stress-out over taking the assessments – right? WRONG!
Join us on March 10th for the first-ever TAGME-PREP – a live
webinar led by Elizabeth Sauvé (2013-2014 TAGME President) to
learn preparation strategies, review content areas and answer
all your questions about completing the certification assessments.
Tentatively scheduled for 11:00 am Eastern, the session will last
approximately 1-1.5 hours.
TAGME-PREP is FREE and available to 2018 paid initial and MOC
applicants as well as those needing retake one or both assessments.
The webinar link and confirmed start time will be emailed to candidates
in early March.
In keeping with our basic philosophy, we believe the majority
of preparation to take the certification assessments already exists
within the information learned and experiences as a seasoned
program administrator or coordinator of a GME residency or
fellowship. There are no study guides, review courses to purchase
or textbooks to read. Your ability to quickly and efficiently access
the requisite information and apply it correctly to your program
is the greatest indicator of success in becoming TAGME-certified.
TAGME-PREP will help you organize and focus on key content.
View SAMPLE QUESTIONS from the Qualifying Assessment (QA) and
Certifying Assessment (CA) HERE.
TAGME is going International
In 2018, program administrators, program coordinators, GME managers,
and Administrative DIOs from accredited ACGME-I (International) programs
will be eligible to apply for TAGME certification. Candidates from Lebanon,
Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and United Arab Emirates who meet
all of the requirements for U.S.-based candidates may submit application packets
beginning January 1, 2018 through February 28, 2018. Applicants will complete
the identical Qualifying Assessment and Certifying Assessment as their
U.S.-based counterparts and will be expected to have a comparable level of
mastery in the understanding of ACGME program requirements and associated
knowledge content areas.
Check out our 2017 list of new and re-credentialed
TAGME members. CONGRATULATIONS to all!
Considering TAGME certification?
As accreditation for medical training grows ever more complex, institutions
require experienced, proven specialists who can navigate, document, report
and understand the nuances of successful GME programs.
Join the over 1400 TAGME-certified professionals who exhibit their advanced
competencies in and demonstrate a higher commitment to the role of residency
and fellowship administrators, coordinators and managers in accredited ACGME
and AOA programs.
Achieving the C-TAGME credential is a comprehensive process. It will expand
your GME knowledge, prepare you for greater on-the-job responsibilities,
enhances your professional image, reflects accomplishment, build self-esteem,
and increases potential career advancement. So…what are you waiting for?
Annual Board of Director’s meeting, August 2017 – Charlottesville, VA
Shown from top. L to R: Karen Saulle, Teri Hill, Gloria Jorge, Tracy Lansdale, Jennie
Faulkner, Laura Gibson, Stephanie Morville, Anny Ronayne, Anne Hoffman, Linda Shaffer,
Vicky Norton, Dorothy Winkler, Kora Gray, Cheryl Moss, Annette Lemire, Karen Mulcahy,
Elizabeth Sauve, Mary Jane Cahill, Chris Tutsch, Lois Shuman
President: Chris Tutsch, C-TAGME
Orthopaedics, University of Kentucky
Vice-President/President-Elect: Karen Mulcahy, C-TAGME
Cardiovascular Disease, Advocate Lutheran General Hospital
Secretary: Annette Lemire, C-TAGME,
Otolaryngology, Mayo Clinic – AZ
Treasurer: Mary Jane Cahill, C-TAGME
Anesthesia, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Administrative Officer: Vicky Norton, C-TAGME
Orthopaedics, University of Maryland
Immediate Past-President: Laura Gibson, C-TAGME
Medical Genetics, Johns Hopkins Medical Center
Denise Lesniak, C-TAGME and Lisa Miller, C-TAGME have been named recipients of
the 2017 ACGME Award for GME Program Coordinator Excellence for their in-depth
understanding of the accreditation process, excellent communication and interpersonal
skills, and projects to improve residency programs. They will be honored at the
upcoming ACGME Annual Education Conference in Orlando, FL in March, 2018.