Even Better Together
By coming together, we identify new, relevant opportunities to learn, collaborate, and share.
Welcome to the Alliance. We are academic internal medicine professionals sharing ideas, discussing best practices, shaping industry standards and policies, and advancing our careers.
Looking for ways to get started?
- Login to gain immediate access to curriculum, data, surveys, and other resources to help you in your role.
- Visit your association discussion forum and connect with fellow members across the country who are discussing issues and sharing ideas in real time.
- Register for an upcoming conference: meet your counterparts from across the country and further develop your skills and knowledge.
- Read the latest issue of the weekly e-newsletter AAIM Connection to find out the latest in academic internal medicine and potential impact on you and your career.
Membership to the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine opens the door to a vast world of more than 10,000 professionals who share one common passion. The Alliance empowers academic internal medicine professionals and enhances health care through professional development, research and advocacy. We are department and division administrators, division chiefs, and education administrators. We are residency and fellowship educators, student educators and department chairs and other leaders.
Get Involved with AAIM!
The Alliance provides members with many short term and long term opportunities to get engaged with the initiatives and activities that interest them most. Getting involved helps you develop professionally while enhancing the profession of academic internal medicine.
Search the Member Directory for contact information of all Alliance members. This benefit is available to Alliance members only.
The Alliance offers an opportunity for you to share your story with your colleagues and the greater membership, inspire future academic internal medicine professionals, and strengthen awareness of the profession and association. The Member Spotlight appears regularly on www.im.org and in AAIM Connection.