All precourses will be held Sunday, April 2, 2023.Precourses offer small-group learning and problem solving in an intensive, day-long session. An additional fee is required. Space is limited.
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
This precourse will provide AAIM women faculty and administrators important guidance in their professional career development, as well as advise on effective ways to create pathways to advance their careers, evolve as leaders, and develop networks which can serve as an entrée to opportunities for coaching, mentoring and engagement.
Program content is relevant for women at most career levels—chairs, division leaders, clinician educators, physician scientists, business and research administrators, program administrators and coordinators—in departments of internal medicine at academic medical centers and community-based teaching hospitals.
This precourse provides business administrators in internal medicine and their associated divisions an overview of the management aspects involved in the tripartite mission of internal medicine: research, education, and patient care. The course will be interactive and engaging, with speakers and open panel discussions.
New and experienced department or division business administrators; new practice plan and research administrators may also find the precourse of interest.
This highly interactive precourse is for any member of the GME program leadership team (core faculty, APDs, and PDs) who are looking for ideas and inspiration to enhance resident and/or fellow and faculty well-being. Our goal is to help you take the energy and idea from multiple recent AAIM/APDIM plenaries and workshops and translate them into action items to transform your program. Throughout the precourse, participants will think about their various levels of influence (themselves, program leadership team, the training program, and intra-institutional factors) and the external environment to focus on creating a culture of well-being. In the morning, participants will have the opportunity to focus on their own personal well-being, reflect on their leadership style, and take an inventory of current well-being activities. In the afternoon, participants will review data-driven strategies to enhance trainee and faculty well-being, participate in well-being-related experiential activities, and discuss implementation strategies.
All program leaders across the spectrum of UME to GME including, but not limited to APDIM (including core faculty, APD, or PD), MPPDA, or ASP member who wants to join the discussion about opportunities to enhance faculty and trainee well-being.
8:30 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
This interactive precourse is for UME and GME leaders interested in building and enhancing their skills as program leaders’ roles have evolved. Morning sessions will focus on HR 101 including but not limited to DEI, disability accommodations, leave policies, wages and compensation and Title IX. Afternoon content will feature psychological safety and topics may include reporting process, building a system to support culture, director/learner boundaries.
CDIM, APDIM, and ASP members including but not limited to clerkship and course directors, residency and fellowship program directors, and other program leaders.View Agenda
8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
This precourse will help develop skills relevant to internal medicine clerkship directors, associate clerkship directors, ambulatory directors, site directors and clinician-educators involved in the medicine clerkship and/or subinternship. Experienced faculty will lead discussions about evaluation and grading, curriculum development, giving and receiving meaningful feedback, and hot topics related to clinical course directors.
UME leaders including but not limited to clerkship, subinternship director, and/or course leaders.
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