Call for Content Submission

SGIM’s online learning platform, GIMLearn, seeks content in two areas: Personal/Professional Development and Teaching Clinical Skills.

Content can be delivered as didactic sessions, workshops, toolkits, curriculum, or multi-module content.

The Submission requires you to choose one of two types of educational activities:

  • Didactic content: Educational for Career Development. The goal of the content is direct education of the learners for their personal-professional development. Content is often delivered in a didactic format but can utilize other teaching methods. (target audience: students, residents, fellows, and GIM professionals)
  • Curriculum content: Curriculum for Implementation by Educators. The goal of the content is to educate the teaching faculty on the content for dissemination and delivery to their learners or in their home institution. (target audience: educators)

There are no submission fees for this inaugural submission round, but the submitting author requires membership in SGIM or ACLGIM.

GIMLearn Goals

  • Content and tools to advance career growth/career pathways in academic medicine
  • A platform to share content in areas unique to generalists and SGIM members
  • A mechanism to support the varied work of SGIM members
  • A vehicle for peer-reviewed scholarly work for generalists’ promotion and tenure
  • Value to SGIM members

Review Criteria

All submissions will be peer-reviewed and scored based on GIMLearn Rubrics. The GIMLearn Editorial Advisory Board will make final selections.

Notifications will go out by August 7th for development and delivery through the GIMLearn platform in 2023 and 2024.

Important Dates

May 1, 2023
Online submission opens

June 20, 2023
Submission close

July 2023
Submission peer review

August 7, 2023
Notifications emailed