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Networking Through Online Communities
What are AAIM Communities?
AAIM Communities provide members the opportunity to network and collaborate online with thousands of academic internal medicine professionals by participating in discussion forums, sharing documents via file libraries, and blogging. There are communities for each association, as well as communities for areas of member interest.
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Association communities provide a centralized engagement area for members of a particular organization. There are association specific communities for AIM, APDIM, APM, ASP, and CDIM. In addition, there are communities for Residency Administrators, Clerkship Administrators, and Chief Residents Program participants. To access an association’s community, you must be a member of that association.
Communities By Topic
Communities by Topic (CBTs) are designed for collaboration across all faculty and staff in departments of medicine. These communities are ideal for subjects that span the educational continuum or for identifying a group of individuals who want to address a specific topic area.
CBTs are grouped into seven categories: administration, curriculum, education, faculty development, networking, regional groups, and research. Under each category you will find a variety of issue-specific communities. CBTs are open to all members and chief residents program participants.
Can’t Find a Community?
Members are encouraged to join communities based on their interests. If a community has not been established for a specific topic, members are encouraged to suggest the creation of new groups by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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