AAIM Launches Second Edition of the Primary Care Track Toolkit
The AAIM Primary Care Track Toolkit is a practical evidence-based curriculum for medical educators interested in starting or enhancing primary care tracks in their residency programs. Developed by the APDIM Primary Care Forum, new chapters in the second edition include expanded curricular content about contraception, social determinants of health, opioid education, chronic disease management, urgent care, and POCUS.
- How Does a Primary Care Track Differ from a Categorical Track?
- Logistics of Starting a New Internal Medicine-Primary Care Program
- Exposure to Varied Primary Care Experiences
- Creative Scheduling
- Assistant Ambulatory Chief Resident Role
- Outpatient Coaching and Direct Observation
- Teaching Chronic Disease Management
- Psychology and Psychiatry in Primary Care Curriculum
- Urgent Care Curriculum for Primary Care Providers
- Contraceptive Counseling Curriculum for the Internist
- Long Acting Reversible Contraception Curriculum
- Outpatient Point of Care Ultrasound for Medicine Residency Programs
- Creating a Home Visit Curriculum
- Advocacy Curricula
- Social Determinants of Health Curricula
- Health Care Systems and Leadership
- Quality Improvement Curriculum
- Opioid Education Strategy
- Establishing a Meaningful Opioid Use Disorder Curriculum within Your Residency
- Chronic Pain Management Curriculum
The Alliance welcomes your feedback on how to improve upon this version of the curriculum. For questions or comments, feel free to reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org.