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The Educational Innovations Project (EIP) Collaborative includes 18 internal medicine residencies that are part of the EIP accreditation model as supported by the Residency Review Committee for Internal Medicine.  The EIP Collaborative invites you to review this website to learn more about some of the novel and creative curricular ideas that have been tested through this initiative.  The collection of programs will use this site to promote its vision of best practices for educating internists in the 21st century.

We encourage you to navigate the site.  The EIP Posters that were exhibited during previous APDIM Spring Conferences are available through the "EIP Posters" link on the left-hand side of this page.  Take a look at some of the innovations these programs are working on and what they are learning through the process.


The Journal of Graduate Medical Education recently published several articles highlighting EIP program efforts:

  • Description of a Developmental Criterion-Referenced Assessment for Promoting Competence in Internal Medicine Residents (PDF)
  • Development of the Objective Structured System-Interaction Examination (PDF)
  • Assessing Patient Safety Culture of Internal Medicine House Staff in an Academic Teaching Hospital (PDF)
  • Effect of Number of Clinics and Panel Size on Patient Continuity for Medical Residents (PDF)


  • The 2013 EIP Fall Meeting will take place Thursday, October 3, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Sheraton New Orleans, New Orleans, LA. Please check your email and this website in the upcoming weeks for the EIP Fall Meeting registration link.
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