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  Brancati

Frederick L. Brancati
Mentorship and Leadership Award

Dr. Fred Brancati inspired many trainees to pursue academic general internal medicine (GIM) and motivated all of those around him to feel that our careers in GIM were worthwhile and served a greater purpose, even when the external conditions said otherwise. In response to the outpouring of inquiries regarding how to recognize his contributions to GIM, the Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) and Association of Chiefs and Leaders in GIM (ACLGIM) are honored to announce the Frederick L. Brancati Mentorship and Leadership Award.

The award will recognize junior faculty who inspire trainees to pursue academic GIM and provide support for their trainees who aspire to become leaders in the transformation of health care through innovations in research, education, and practice.

Each award will include*:

  • $1,000 award for each junior faculty recipient; 
  • One-year complimentary membership in SGIM for 1-2 of awardee’s trainees;
  • $1,000 travel support for 1-2 of awardee’s trainees to participate in leadership training offered by ACLGIM or SGIM as “Brancati Leadership Scholars”

*Award amounts will be re-evaluated annually

Who Should be Nominated?

  • Junior faculty, preference given to Assistant Professors, Associate Professors within first three years of appointment also considered.
  • Full SGIM or ACLGIM members

Criteria

  • Nomination letter indicating how the nominee stands out in inspiring trainees to pursue a career in GIM and to aspire to become leaders in the transformation of health care through innovations in research, education, and practice

    *Should describe the nominee’s activities in the development of trainees and how they are innovative and effective

  • Two letters of support from past or present trainees

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Important Dates 

August 14, 2017

Award nominations open

November 6, 2017

Award nominations close

TBD

All award recipients are notified  

April 11-14, 2018

Award presentations and acknowledgements at the 2018 SGIM Annual Meeting

Past Recipients

   
2017 Margaret C. Lo
   
2016 Abby L. Spencer
   
2014  Donna Windish