Supporting residency and fellowship training
Providing oversight to clinical training programs while continually
improving learning and supporting thoughtful patient care
GME provides many resources to help trainees improve emotional and physical health, reduce stress and burnout, find work-life balance, and enhance the joy and meaning in their work.
Supporting a Fair Environment (SAFE)
Wash U is dedicated to a work and learning environment characterized by inclusive excellence, free from behavior that is harassing, threatening or intimidating, where all people witness and experience respect, collegiality and collaboration. Report a professionalism accolade or concern about the learning environment here.
Resident Fellowship Training Verifications
Requests from Medical Staff Offices, State License Boards or other Credentialing/Privileging bodies wishing to gather competency or completion of training data for Residency or Clinical Fellowship training, please contact GME@wustl.edu. The GME Office will connect the requestor to the training program. The training program completes the official request(s).
Obtaining Professional Liability Coverage Information
- If employed by Washington University, please contact Washington University Risk Management: https://riskmanagement.wustl.edu/risk-management-staff/
- If employed by BJC, please contact BJC Risk Management: firstname.lastname@example.org