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News and Initiatives
Find the latest news and AAIM initiatives that impact academic internal medicine.
- AAIM Internal Medicine Subinternship Curriculum Revised
- FAQs About the ACGME Resident Survey for Program Directors
- Congratulations to the New FY 2019 Alliance Councilors and Officers
- Registration for Academic Internal Medicine Week 2018 Open
- Registration for the 2018 APM Winter Meeting Open
- An Administrator's Guide to Departments of Internal Medicine Now Available
- The 12th Edition of The Toolkit Series: A Textbook for Internal Medicine Education Programs Now Available
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- Alliance Offers Guidance on Completing the Verification of Graduate Medical Education Training Form
- AAIM Launches Application Inflation Resource
- Introducing the CCC Faculty Development Toolkit
An Entrustable Professional Activity-Based Framework to Prepare Fourth-Year Medical Students for Internal Medicine Careers
Available in the November 2017 issue of Journal of General Internal Medicine, the AAIM Medical Student to Resident Interface Committee developed a curricular framework to prepare students, based on five of AAMC core entrustable professsional activities for entering residency. The critical areas outlined include entering orders, forming and answering clinical questions, conducting patient care handovers, collaborating interprofessionally, and recognizing patients requiring urgent care and initiating that care. Minimizing the competing demands of the transitional phase of the fourth year and defining these important elements will ensure new residents can function safely and competently in supervised postgraduate settings.
AAIM Endorses Uniform Letters of Recommendations for Fellowship
AAIM has endorsed new standards for program director letters of recommendation (LOR) for fellowship applicants. These guidelines seek to improve reliability and efficiency through standardization, while continuing to allow advocacy and discussion of applicant characteristics. Developed by the APDIM Council, the ASP Council, and the AAIM Resident to Fellow Interface Committee, they reflect efforts to overcome challenges of the current LOR variation in terminology, length, interpretation, and meaningful comparison. The guidelines were published in the May AAIM Perspectives in The American Journal of Medicine.
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- ACGME Resident Survey for Program Directors Explained
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