Even Better Together.The quality and quantity of tools such as workshops, presentations and curriculum support is magnified when we work together.
Apply for funding to put your innovative idea in action. AAIM fosters education innovations in academic internal medicine with a seed grant program. The call for letters of intent will open by September 30.
FY2016 Innovation Grant Recipients
FY2015 Innovation Grant Recipients
Resources to help you apply!
Special consideration is given to proposals that:
- Address an unmet need or a gap in current educational approaches
- Feature collaboration between two or more institutions
- Develop educational innovations with the potential to reach a broad audience
- Have the potential for online distance learning
- Include partnerships with national organizations
Presentations at Academic Internal Medicine Week 2017
FY2016 grant: The Development of Resident and Faculty Skills Training for Difficult Conversations: Code Status. Vendana Nagpal, MD Workshop
FY2015 grant: Emphasizing High Value Care in Physical Examination Instruction – A Qualitative Study of Expert Educators. Paul Bergl, MD
FY2016 grant: Leveraging AIM Expertise – Creating and Maintaining a Research Administration Best Practices Toolkit Repository. Joe Gough
FY2016 grant: Safer Together: An Novel Interprofessional Near-Miss Root Cause Analysis Curriculum. Rebecca Jaffe, MD
FY2016 grant: Transforming Culture - Creating a Well-Being Friendly Residency. Shannon Scielzo, PhD
FY2016 grant: Taking Ownership in the 3rd Year: A Video Intervention. Tasha Wyatt, PhD