The inaugural AAIM Skills Development Conference was a success! More than 500 members participated in the precourse, plenary, and workshop sessions, gaining new insight and skills to bring back to their academic institutions.
Hear what one member found insightful:
What did members think about the conference?
“In today’s Alliance Women in Medicine Leadership Development Forum I learned how important it is to continue to work on networking with other young, women physician leaders and how important it is for us to reach out to each other to be mentors and mentees.”
Emily Stewart, MD
Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University
“I came to this conference looking forward to discussions about transitions between UME and GME and how we can prepare our students to be more effective residents. I hope to bring back some ideas about how to orient new interns so they can more effectively start their work without difficulty.”
Thomas J. Lane, MD
University of Connecticut (New Britain)
“What I like about this conference is the excitement that I take back home with me, and apply what I’ve learned here.”
Laura J. Zakowski, MD
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
“Looking forward to ideas to bring back to the institution. It’s the right time to come and figure out new ideas and ways of doing things, [and gain] some guidance for how to progress through the endeavor of medical education.”
Chayan Chakraborti, MD
Tulane University School of Medicine
Snapshots from the Conference
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Alliance Member Center Makes its Debut
“We had a meet up session on engaging younger faculty and learners; it was better than anybody expected for the first time at this new forum. Great to have different people bring in different perspectives and define commonalities.”The Alliance Member Center is the new hub for members at all Alliance conferences.