Graduate Medical
Education Inc.

Woman looking thru a microscopeMid-Michigan Regional Research Day
Graduate Medical Education, Inc. (GMEI) works in collaboration with McLaren Greater Lansing , Sparrow Health System, and Michigan State University‚Äôs Colleges of Human and Osteopathic Medicine to offer an annual Research Day.  The three institutional partners are committed to supporting interest in research projects for their faculty, fellows, residents, interns, and medical students. The Mid-Michigan Regional Research Day offers invaluable experience for developing researchers as they learn how to submit an abstract, how to prepare a poster, or, in some cases, how to prepare an oral presentation of their research either to a single judge or to the entire audience if they are one of the selected researchers. Faculty and other experienced researchers are encouraged to participate to provide inspiration, conversation, and advice to their novice colleagues.

Internal Reviews
Graduate Medical Education, Inc. (GMEI) has been asked by our institutional partners McLaren Greater Lansing and Sparrow Health System to coordinate internal reviews of the Lansing community's graduate medical education training programs.

New Innovations
Graduate Medical Education, Inc. (GMEI) institutional partners - McLaren Greater Lansing, Sparrow Health System, and Michigan State University Colleges of Human and Osteopathic Medicine, have agreed to use the same residency management software citywide to facilitate graduate medical education training opportunities and better manage the required documentation for accreditation and Medicare reporting. New Innovations is a tool that assists medical schools, hospitals and private practices in the area of medical education and department administration to unify data into a centralized data warehouse and to complete tasks, historically performed using multiple, incompatible methods, through one common interface.

Resident-led Research Mini-Grants
Graduate Medical Education, Inc. (GMEI) has established the Resident-led Research Mini-Grants initiative. This exciting venture allows residents to obtain Mini-Grants in their name to further not only their research projects but also to continue to build interest in research throughout the Greater Lansing community.

Precepting Peers Day
As the Lansing-East Lansing citywide educational consortium, Graduate Medical Education, Inc. (GMEI) organizes training opportunities for all graduate medical education trainees in the community. Precepting PEERS Day is one such training. Participants receive an introduction into the role of mentor and preceptor.