Tuesday, May 4, from 3–4 p.m. EDT
The annual survey of APDIM residency and fellowship administrators produce annual trend data on administrator workload and compensation, well-being, scope of responsibilities, and resources available for professional development—in addition to occasional thematic survey sections when new or emerging issues that affect program administrators arise.
The purpose of the 2021 survey was to 1. Help program administrators make decisions about professional development opportunities, 2. Better understand the state of their profession by comparing the program(s) they support to the larger body of U.S. internal medicine (IM) residency and fellowship programs, and 3. Understand how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their profession.
Stephanie Ogando, MBA, C-TAGME, FY 2021 Chair, APDIM Program Administrators Survey and Scholarship Committee and Director Graduate Medical Education @Memorial Healthcare System (Hollywood, FL)
Michael Conrad, MS, PHR, C-TAGME, Senior Resident Program Coordinator, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Oklahoma - Tulsa School of Community Medicine
Abby Ward, Med, C-TAGME, Committee Member and Internal Medicine Residency Program Coordinator, Augusta University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership
Survey sections/thematic sections
Position Characteristics, Workload (Including Burnout), and SalaryProgram Structure and OversightRoles, Responsibilities, and Other Program CharacteristicsCertification and MentorshipEffects of the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) Pandemic on IM Residency and Fellowship Program AdministrationSocial EquityANNUAL SURVEY SUMMARY RESULTS FILE (MEMBERS ONLY)Watch Webinar (Member login required)Slides and chat log available as related files
Wednesday, May 5, from 2–3 p.m. EDT
CDIM’s 2021 Biannual Clerkship Administration Survey is intended for internal medicine (IM) administrative personnel who support third- and/or fourth-year student training at medical school and teaching hospital settings.
The purpose of the 2021 survey was to understand 1. Workload and scope of duties as a result of curricular and structural changes in academic medicine, 2. Resource availability for professional satisfaction and growth, and 3. Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on administrative professionals in IM third- and fourth-year medical student training.
Kim Gilfedder, MA, Chair, CDIM Clerkship Administrators Survey and Scholarship CommitteeInternal Medicine and Family Medicine Clerkship AdministratorUniversity of Central Florida College of Medicine
Angie Duet, Chair, Clerkship Administrators Advisory CouncilMedical Student CoordinatorUniversity of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Professional Attributes and Medical School CharacteristicsProfessional Fulfillment and Available ResourcesWorkload and ResponsibilitiesMentorship and MentoringProfessional DevelopmentEffects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Administrators ProfessionWatch Webinar (Member login required)Slides and chat log available as related files
Wednesday, May 5, from 4–5 p.m. EDT
The results of the annual survey of APDIM internal medicine residency program directors reveal timely critical issues affecting graduate medical education and training. Results from these surveys are used by program directors and their colleagues to inform organizational policies and thereby advance their profession.
The Fall 2020 Annual Survey focused primarily on the effects of the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) outbreak on residency training programs and their responses to the outbreak. A separate section focused on Point of Care Ultrasound Training in residency training programs.
Aimee K. Zaas, MD, MHS, Chair, APDIM Survey and Scholarship Committee and Program Director, Duke University School of Medicine
Kathleen M. Finn, MD, Vice-Chair, APDIM Survey and Scholarship Committee and Inpatient Associate Program Director, Harvard Medical School Massachusetts General Hospital
COVID Demographics and FinanceResident Mental Health / EngagementAmbulatory and Inpatient Practice Changes Due to COVID-19Program Director Experiences and WellbeingPoint of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) Training in Residency
Annual Survey Summary Results File (Members Only)Watch Webinar (Member login required)
Friday, May 7, from 3–4 p.m. EDT
The results from the annual survey of CDIM core clinical clerkship directors on critical issues affecting third- and fourth-year educational experiences are used to produce educational scholarship and generalizable knowledge about internal medicine clerkships in U.S. medical schools.
The 2020 survey sought to understand effects of the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) pandemic on medical student clinical training and how clerkships responded to the pandemic.
Amber T. Pincavage, MD, FACP, Chair, CDIM Survey and Scholarship Committee and Associate Professor and Clerkship Director, University of Chicago Division of the Biological Sciences, Pritzker School of Medicine
Chavon M. Onumah, MD, MPH, FACP, AAHIVS Director, Primary Care Clerkship, George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Temple. A. Ratcliffe, MD, Co-Clerkship Director of Internal Medicine University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine
Karen E. M. Szauter, MD, Co-Director, Internal Medicine Clerkship University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
Clerkship Director Roles and SupportTelehealth in the ClerkshipCurriculum ModificationsAssessment of Student Performance of Clinical SkillsPost-Clerkship Required Internal Medicine Experiences
Annual Survey Summary Results File (Members Only)
Watch Webinar (Member login required)