The Alliance has submitted its unified response to the recommendations from the Invitational Conference on USMLE Scoring. While allowing discussion of different perspectives of groups within the Alliance, the response emphasizes that the discipline’s most important priority is to train the best physicians possible to care for patients, which requires better tools to assess readiness and knowledge as well as a comprehensive plan to improve the UME-GME transition. Read the AAIM Response to InCUS Recommendations
The preliminary recommendations for USMLE score reporting—based on the March 2019 Invitational Conference on USMLE Scoring—are now posted online.
The comment period is open until July 26, 2019. AAIM has three task forces in progress to inform the discussion and develop a central, unified statement in response to the recommendations. Members are also encouraged to share their individual opinions through the online comment process.Learn More About the Recommendations
The Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine hosted a webinar for its members to discuss its response to the InCUS recommendations on Wednesday, July 31. The recorded webinar will be available soon.Download the webinar slides
Donna J. Astiz, MDD. Craig Brater, MDShobhina G. Chheda, MD, MPHKatherine Chretien, MD Harley P. Friedman, MDJeffrey LaRochelle, MD, MPHMarty Muntz, MD, FACPDebra L. Simmons, MDEmily A. Stewart, MD, FACPLisa L. Willett, MD, MACM, FACP
Richard L. Alweis, MDSteven V. Angus, MD, FACP, ChairDenise M. KeyserStephen J. Knohl, MDSapna Patel Kuehl, MD, FACPAnne G. Pereira, MD, MPHJaya M. Raj, MD, FACP