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Resident Wellness

Resilience Council 
Established to promote well-being, mitigate burnout and prevent adverse professionalism events fro​m occurring among CU SOM residents, fellows and faculty. Click h​​ere for additional information and a calendar of events.

Mental/Behavioral Health Resources for Residents​
Your mental health is just as important as your physical health. In addition to having access to a network of medical providers through the CU GME Health Benefits Plan​, all CU GME trainees can take advantage of additional resources to help monitor and manage your mental well-being. ​

Mayo Clinic/American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Video

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Call 1-800-273-8255

Colorado Crisis Services​: Call 1-844-493-8255​ or visit website for 24/7 walk-in locations.
2018 Exiting Residents
CUGME Exiting Process and Clearance Form​

​Office of Professionalism
A resource provided to any member of the School of Medicine community (faculty, residents, clinical or postdoctoral fellows, staff members, graduate students and students in any SOM program), to privately and confidentially report a  lapse in professionalism, or for consultation and assistance.  Click here​ to access the Office of Professionalism website.

GME Quality and Safety Bonus Program
The GME Quality and Safety Bonus Program​ provides residents and fellows with the opportunity to earn up to $1000 over the course of this academic year for their efforts to improve the quality and safety of patient care at our institutions. For questions related to the Bonus Program, please contact Darlene Tad-y, Director of GME Quality and Safety programs.
GME Onboarding Website for Program Coordinators

Upcoming Events:

2018 Chief Retreat- July 16-17, 2018
2​018 GME New Intern & Resident Orientation Dates* Sign in for orientation is from 7-7:30am
Intern Orientation- Monday, June 18th, 2018 ED2 South Auditorium
Resident Orientation- Monday, July 2nd, 2018 Fulginiti Pavilion
*Please check with your Program about Program Specific Orientation dates as they may occur earlier than Intern & Resident Orientation.

DIO's Welcome


Welcome to the University of Colorado School of Medicine Graduate Medical Education Programs! We are happy to have you join us for your training. We know that you will help continue the standards of excellence in patient care, teaching, and research established by our programs.

As you explore our website, I hope that you will discover useful information on our training programs and the institutional support provided by the Office of Graduate Medical Education. The website is designed to address the needs of prospective and current residents and fellows, program directors and coordinators, and anyone with an interest in Graduate Medical Education at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.