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Journal Venues for Clinician Educators

Journal Venues for Clinician Educators Version 3 Updated by Carlos Estrada, MD, MS

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SGIM&spamp;#39;s Strategic Priorities

Chin, M. (2015) SGIM's Strategic Priorities for 2015-2016: Work Environment, Reimbursement, and Value.SGIM Forum 38(7): 3, 13.

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A Resident's Response: Duty Hours: We Are the Future

Usta, Y. (2011) A Resident's Response: Duty Hours: We Are the Future. SGIM Forum; 34(12): 2, 15.

Careers,Clinical Practice,Health Policy,Research,Education PDF

Get Ready for the SGIM Annual Meeting!

Horowitz, K. (2015) Get Ready for the 2015 SGIM Annual Meeting. SGIM Forum 38(4): 2, 11.

Education,Careers PDF

Interested in Advocacy

Jetton, F. (2014) Interested in Advocacy? Join Virtual Hill Days in the New Online SGIM Legislative Action Center. SGIM Forum 37(9): 1, 6.

Health Policy,Careers,Leadership PDF

December 2015

Volume 7 No. 4 December 2015 Words of Wisdom Revisiting Mission Integration in Academic General Medicine Dr. Katrina Armstrongis a Professor of Medicine at the Harvard Medical School (HMS) and Physician-in-Chief of the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Medicine in Boston, Massachusetts. Words of Wisdom Academic Medicine, Large Health Systems and Service Lines: Where Will We Be in 2016? Dr. Thomas McGinnis a Professor and Chair of Medicine at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine. He is also the Senior Vice President and Executive Director of Medicine Service Line, Hempstead, New York. Words of Wisdom The ACLGIM Work-Life and Wellness Survey: Understanding our Work Conditions, Making Them Better Dr. Mark Linzer, Division of General Internal Medicine and Office of Professional Work-Life, Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Words of Wisdom Service Lines to Meet the Needs of an Academic Institution Dr. T. Shawn Caudillis a Professor of Medicine and Chief, Division of General Internal Medicine and Women's Health, at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine in Lexington, Kentucky. From the Editor's Desk Notes from new editor,April Fitzgerald.


New York Addresses the Needs of Mentally Ill Citizens.

Poorman, E. (2015) New York Addresses the Needs of Mentally Ill Citizens. SGIM Forum 38(1).

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December 2011

Creative Economics: Balancing the Budget and Faculty - Morale in Tough Times - Erin Dunn Snyder The SGIM Research Dataset Compendium- Alex Smith, Mike Steinman Unlimited! ACLGIM Unveils New Program to Diversify Leadership in Academic GIM - Mark Linzer, Tracie Collins Perspectives in Leadership: Giving Negative Feedback: A Primer for Physicians - April Fitzgerald

Leadership PDF

New England SGIM 2013

Tobin, D. (2013)New England SGIM 2013 Regional Meeting: The Intersection of the Art and Science of Medicine. SGIM Forum 36(2): 8.

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December 2013

Leadership Home Stewart Babbott, MD,President, ACLGIM, Associate professor of Internal Medicine, Director DGIM, Associate Residency Program Director, The University of Kansas, Kansas City, KS Mentoring and Creating Sustainable Faculty Jobs Sara PoplauandMark Linzer, MDDirector, DGIM, Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN Building New Research Programs in GIM in a Challenging Environment Gary Rosenthal, MD, Professor of Internal Medicine and Health Management and Policy, Director, Institute for Clinical and Translational Science, University of Iowa and the Iowa City VA Healthcare System, Iowa City, IA Recruiting and Hiring Jennifer Kambies, MBA, Director, Special Initiatives, Physician Recruitment, Cleveland Clinic, Lyndhurst, OH Sustainability - Job Structure and Development Opportunities Download

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