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By coming together, we identify new, relevant opportunities to learn, collaborate, and share.
Founded in 1989, CDIM is the organization of individuals responsible for teaching internal medicine to medical students; the association represents third year clerkship directors, ICM course directors, subinternship directors, clerkship administrators and coordinators, clinical preceptors, and other faculty and staff involved in undergraduate medical education.
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- CDIM Discussion Forum (requires log in)
- Get the Facts about Application Inflation
- Scholarship Pearls: Quick, Mobile Faculty Development
- DOM Summary Letter: A Common Vocabulary
- Guidelines for Post-Interview Communication
- Reviews of Apps for Medical Educators (requires log in)
- AAIM-ACP-MedU High Value Care Course for Students
CDIM members meet in person twice a year at national conferences.