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  • November 2021— The Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research sent a letter November 15 to Congressional leadership urging the timely passage of FY 2022 bills to invest robustly in agencies and programs that will ...

  • October 2021— At the end of July 2021, ACGME opened a 45-day comment period for the focused revisions to program requirements related to program director and coordinator support. While generally in support ...

  • July 2021— The GME Advocacy Coalition—of which AAIM is a member—sent a letter June 28 to CMS about the proposed distribution of the 1,000 newly created Medicare-supported residency positions provided ...

  • May 2021—The Graduate Medical Education Advocacy Coalition, of which the Alliance is a long-time member, sent a letter May 18 to President Joseph R. Biden and key congressional leaders to encourage support ...

  • April 2021— In response to a public comment period issued by ACGME, AAIM commented on the draft focused revisions to Section II of the Common Program Requirements relating to dedicated time for program ...

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    March 2021— The Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM) joined Research!America and other organizations to urge the Biden Administration to support the Research Investment to Spark the Economy (RISE) ...

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    March 2021— The Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM) has signed on to an effort by organizations representing America’s medical schools, teaching hospitals, and their physician partners to urge ...

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    March 2021— The challenges of the COVID pandemic have exacerbated many struggles in medical education; the 2020 APDIM Fall Program Directors Survey revealed that up to one-third of internal medicine program ...

  • February 2021— More than 80 organizations of the GME Advocacy Coalition, including AAIM, sent a letter to Congressional leaders January 27 to thank them for adding 1,000 new Medicare-supported GME positions ...

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    January 2021— The ACGME Resident Survey and its implications for accreditation, vague and confusing language for trainees, and the pressure to make changes in their program routinely are a source of stress ...

  • January 2021— In response to a December 8 request from the Coalition for Physician Accountability UME-to-GME Review Committee seeking organizational input on the “ideal state” of UME-GME transition, an ...

  • December 2020— AAIM joined 348 member organizations in the Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research to commend US President-Elect Joseph R. Biden for his support of growth for NIH as part of $300 billion in ...

  • November 2020— AAIM was invited to testify during the November 16 ACGME Congress on Program Support, which was convened by an ACGME Board of Directors Task Force to examine common and specialty-specific ...

  • October 2020— US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), an agency of the US Department of Homeland Security, proposed a visa rule change September 25 which aims to change the process for certain ...

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    August 2020— In the interest of identifying and developing an optimal approach to assess clinical skills for licensure, on July 10 NBME invited Alliance constituent organizations to share perspectives ...

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  • November 2021— The Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research sent a letter November 15 to Congressional leadership urging the timely passage of FY 2022 bills to invest robustly in agencies and programs that will ...

  • October 2021— At the end of July 2021, ACGME opened a 45-day comment period for the focused revisions to program requirements related to program director and coordinator support. While generally in support ...

  • July 2021— The GME Advocacy Coalition—of which AAIM is a member—sent a letter June 28 to CMS about the proposed distribution of the 1,000 newly created Medicare-supported residency positions provided ...

  • May 2021—The Graduate Medical Education Advocacy Coalition, of which the Alliance is a long-time member, sent a letter May 18 to President Joseph R. Biden and key congressional leaders to encourage support ...

  • April 2021— In response to a public comment period issued by ACGME, AAIM commented on the draft focused revisions to Section II of the Common Program Requirements relating to dedicated time for program ...

  • Blog Entry

    March 2021— The Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM) joined Research!America and other organizations to urge the Biden Administration to support the Research Investment to Spark the Economy (RISE) ...

  • Blog Entry

    March 2021— The Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM) has signed on to an effort by organizations representing America’s medical schools, teaching hospitals, and their physician partners to urge ...

  • Blog Entry

    March 2021— The challenges of the COVID pandemic have exacerbated many struggles in medical education; the 2020 APDIM Fall Program Directors Survey revealed that up to one-third of internal medicine program ...

  • February 2021— More than 80 organizations of the GME Advocacy Coalition, including AAIM, sent a letter to Congressional leaders January 27 to thank them for adding 1,000 new Medicare-supported GME positions ...

  • Blog Entry

    January 2021— The ACGME Resident Survey and its implications for accreditation, vague and confusing language for trainees, and the pressure to make changes in their program routinely are a source of stress ...

  • January 2021— In response to a December 8 request from the Coalition for Physician Accountability UME-to-GME Review Committee seeking organizational input on the “ideal state” of UME-GME transition, an ...

  • December 2020— AAIM joined 348 member organizations in the Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research to commend US President-Elect Joseph R. Biden for his support of growth for NIH as part of $300 billion in ...

  • November 2020— AAIM was invited to testify during the November 16 ACGME Congress on Program Support, which was convened by an ACGME Board of Directors Task Force to examine common and specialty-specific ...

  • October 2020— US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), an agency of the US Department of Homeland Security, proposed a visa rule change September 25 which aims to change the process for certain ...

  • Blog Entry

    August 2020— In the interest of identifying and developing an optimal approach to assess clinical skills for licensure, on July 10 NBME invited Alliance constituent organizations to share perspectives ...

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    Advocacy Keep updated on the latest AAIM successes and take action on key policy issues affecting academic internal medicine. The Alliance Calls for Policymakers to Support Gun Safety Legislation ...