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News and Initiatives

Find the latest news and AAIM initiatives that impact academic internal medicine.

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  • June 2021— In recognition of Pride Month, celebrated annually in June, the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM) speaks out in support of all LGBTQ+ faculty, administrators, learners, and patients, recognizing the impact that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals have had on history nationally and internationally. Particularly as federal and state legislatures debate access read more

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    May 2021— APDIM Online 2021 is a workshop-intensive meeting providing the keys for professional growth to help faculty and staff at any career level be better administrators, faculty, teachers, mentors, and employees. This two-day online event will feature the valuable education, speakers, and networking that you expect at the in-person meeting. Plan on attending this fall—register by June 30 to read more

  • May 2021— The call for nominations for the 2022 Alliance Awards program is now open. Acknowledge the outstanding accomplishments of your colleagues by submitting an award nomination. The Alliance Awards Program honors faculty and staff within academic internal medicine. Submission deadline: Friday, June 25, 2021. Learn more #Feature #News #Initiatives ​​​

News v2

June 2021— In recognition of Pride Month, celebrated annually in June, the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM) speaks out in support of all LGBTQ+ faculty, administrators, learners, and patients, recognizing the impact that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals have had on history nationally and internationally. Particularly as federal and state legislatures debate access ...
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June 2021— In the interest of protecting the health and safety of fellowship applicants and programs as well as striving to create an equitable application process for the 2021-2022 season, AAIM strongly recommends that fellowship programs conduct virtual interviews for all applicants, including learners at their own institution. AAIM also strongly recommends against offering open houses or in-person ...
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May 2021— Developed by a CDIM work group, these brand-new Alliance guidelines summarize evidence-based recommendations to address inequities and categorize best practices that internal medicine clerkship directors should consider when building a framework for an equitable assessment system for students on their clerkships. Learn more #Feature #News #AAIMConnection ​​​​
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