Even Better Together.
The unique composition of our members provides an unparalleled perspective of academic internal medicine through Alliance publications.
AAIM is the official sponsor of The American Journal of Medicine. Each issue includes AAIM Perspectives, articles that provide interesting perspectives on medical education, policy initiatives, and other issues of interest to physicians and staff in academic internal medicine.
To submit an article for publication in AAIM Perspectives, please visit the AJM Information for Authors site. Please note that the review process takes six to eight weeks; publication is generally four to six months after notice of acceptance.
- August (Adopting the Quadruple Aim: The University of Rochester Medical Center Experience: Moving from Physician Burnout to Physician Resilience)
- July (Impact of an Interdisciplinary Computational Research Section in a Department of Medicine: An 8-Year Perspective)
- June (Assessing Resident Attitudes and Confidence after Integrating Geriatric Education into a Primary Care Resident Clinic)
- May (Best Practices for Physician-Scientist Training Programs: Recommendations from the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine)
- April (Drivers of Application Inflation: A National Survey of Internal Medicine Residents)
- March (A Roadmap for Research on Resident Well-Being)
- February (Challenges of Assessing Therapeutic or Diagnostic Outcomes with Observational Data)
- January (X + Y Scheduling Models in Internal Medicine Residency Programs: A National Survey of Program Directors' Perspectives)
- December (Resident Research Experiences in Internal Medicine Residency Programs--A Nationwide Survey)
- November (SOAP to SOAP-V: A New Paradigm for Teaching Students High Value Care)
- October (Resident-Led Handoffs Training for Interns: Online Versus Live Instruction with Subsequent Skills Assessment)
- September (Ideal Worker and Academic Professional Identity: Perspectives from a Career Flexibility Educational Intervention)
- August (Death and Dignity: Exploring Physicians' Responsibilities After a Patient's Death)
- July (The Intention-to-Treat Analysis Is Not Always the Conservative Approach)
For AAIM Perspectives more a year old, please visit the AJM website