Academic Internal Medicine Week
Academic Internal Medicine Week 2017 marks the first time Alliance members from all five member organizations will host meetings during the same week to maximize opportunities for education, networking, and collaboration.
This premier conference, designed for faculty and staff in departments of internal medicine at medical schools and teaching hospitals, has been expanded to include all of the existing meetings as well as the APDIM Program Administrators Meeting and the APDIM Chief Residents Meeting.
Meetings will include combined educational offerings and individual learning opportunities for specific member organizations and have been designed with a mix of plenary sessions and hands-on workshops to enhance the learning experience of the attendees. Select the meeting titles below to learn about each meeting offering, including agendas and CME credit.
- 2017 APDIM Program Administrators Meeting (March 19-20)
- 2017 APDIM Chief Residents Meeting (March 19-20)
- Academic Internal Medicine Week 2017 Precourses (March 19)
- Academic Internal Medicine Week 2017 Primary Meetings (March 19-22)
New Speaker at Joint Luncheon to Address Immigration
William W. Pinsky, MD, President and CEO of the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) will discuss the latest updates on the federal Executive Order on immigration and the expected updated policy, and will address questions about potential effects on internal medicine programs during the joint luncheon Wednesday, March 22.
This event is open to all registered participants at Academic Internal Medicine Week.
New Beginnings Bring New Features
The Alliance Member Center will make its full debut at Academic Internal Medicine Week 2017. The Alliance Member Center is the conference hub for members to gather together, learn, and have fun!
The new meeting app will be unveiled at the conference, allowing participants to view agendas, make schedules, connect, and communicate with each other as well as to design a customized experience right from their smart phone or tablet.
Questions? Contact the AAIM office at (703) 341-4540 or firstname.lastname@example.org.