The Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM) promotes the advancement and professional development of its members who prepare the next generation of internal medicine physicians and leaders through education, research, engagement, and collaboration.
Academic internal medicine, as the home of medical education and research, is the generator of innovation for health care, now and for the future.
The AAIM Board of Directors approved a new diversity, equity, and inclusion statement at its meeting October 16, 2019. As part of the Alliance’s ongoing support to promote diversity, equity, mutual respect, and inclusiveness, AAIM will focus on eight key deliverables.Read statement
AIM represents chief administrative officers, division administrators, administrative directors and managers, and other senior business administrators in departments of internal medicine at medical schools and affiliated teaching hospitals.
ASP represents fellowship program directors, division chiefs, any physician faculty involved in an accredited internal medicine subspecialty fellowship program or its division.
APDIM represents program directors, associate and assistant program directors, core faculty, program administrators and coordinators, fellowship coordinators, and other key faculty and staff involved in the internal medicine residency program.
CDIM represents the individuals responsible for teaching internal medicine to medical students.
APM represents department chairs of internal medicine at medical schools, vice chairs, chairs at affiliated teaching hospitals, and other departmental leaders who are full professors of medicine.