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SGIM is Clinical Practice...

SGIM advocates 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

The SGIM mission is “to promote improved patient care, research, and education in primary care and general internal medicine.” To this end, the organization is divided into three content areas that correspond with our mission’s pieces. The Clinical Practice arm of SGIM is comprised of the Clinical Practice Committee and various other task forces and work groups that help develop new material geared toward clinical practice goals in the field of general internal medicine. 

Questions?
If you have questions regarding the work of the SGIM Clinical Practice Committee, please contact Dr. Jim Richter, Clinical Practice Committee Chair.  

Clinical Practice Committee see what SGIM is doing to support the clinical practice of members through its practice management quality and patient safety, and clinical content subcommittees. 

Quality Improvement & Patient Safety full-day course that introduces the Model for Improvement, a structured approach to improving processes that incorporates the PDSA (Plan-Do-Study-Act) cycle, along with Reliable Design principles.

Awards summarizes SGIM's awards that deal with clinical practice including the annual clinical practice innovation award.

Update in GIMprovides a case based approach to the latest key general internal medicine references presented at the SGIM annual meeting.

Patient-Centered Medical Home summarizes SGIM activities to develop and disseminate key research and medical education recommendations around the PCMH.

HIV/AIDS routine HIV testing summarizes CDC recommendations and provides key points about HIV testing