Women's History Month

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March is Women’s History Month 

The Alliance celebrates Women’s History Month! By presidential proclamation, the month of March celebrates the contributions women have made to the United States and recognizes the specific achievements women have made over the course of American history.  

More than one-third (37.6%) of the active physician workforce in the United States identified as female (refer to Physicians in All Specialties). Additionally, according to this 2023 report, individuals identifying as female comprise more than 50% of all medical school enrollees in the United States, marking a significant milestone in gender representation in the medical field.

Origins of WHM


Join the Alliance Women L.E.A.D. Community

  • The Alliance Women Leadership Empowerment Advancement and Development (L.E.A.D.) program supports and facilitates professional development and educational opportunities that help women in academic internal medicine master their profession and prepare for next steps in their careers.
  • Access past town halls on topics, such as Negotiation and the Gender Divide and the Promotion of Women in Medicine

Register for the Women's Precourse at #AIMW24

  • The Women in Medicine Leadership Development Forum will provide AAIM women faculty and administrators important guidance in their professional career development.
  • The precourse will advise on effective ways to create pathways to advance their careers, evolve as leaders, and develop networks which can serve as entrance to opportunities for coaching, mentoring, and engagement. 

Register for #AIMW24

Registration for #AIMW24 grants access to sessions such as:

  • Broadening Women's Health Practices in a Community Hospital Resident Medical Clinic;
  • Factors associated with Imposter Syndrome in Women Physician Trainees; and
  • Facilitators and Barriers to Academic Success and Promotion among Internal Medicine Faculty.