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Since the organization’s inception in 1978 as the Society for Research and Education in Primary Care Internal Medicine, SGIM has strived to advance and promote the field of academic general internal medicine. SGIM members conduct cutting edge research and teach medical students, residents, and fellows how to care for adult patients as internal medicine providers across the spectrum of care centers in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Additionally, our community acts as the research and clinical practice hub in internal medicine including preventative measures and treatment services for patients. Simply put, SGIM has been the home for academic internal medicine providers interested in research, education and clinical practice for over three decades.  There are opportunities for you to get involved no matter where you are in your career.

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Association of Chiefs and Leaders of General Internal Medicine

ACLGIM was organized to provide professional development through leadership and management training for Chiefs & Leaders of General Internal Medicine and to provide forums in which to exchange information. Find out more about ACLGIM.

 

Education

The Education arm of SGIM is comprised of the Education Committee and various other task forces and work groups that help develop new material geared toward training goals in the field of general internal medicine. 
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Research

The Research Committee identifies and responds to the needs of investigators at all levels of their careers by: improving forums for investigators to present their work; stimulating young investigators, recognizing their work, and promoting them within SGIM. 
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Clinical Practice

The Clinical Practice Committee helps SGIM advocate for the central role of general internal medicine in health care, supports the clinical practice of members, collaborates with other organizations to promote our discipline, and coordinates the work of SGIM’s various constituencies in this advancing the practice of general internal medicine.  
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