Connecting education to exceptional patient care.

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When & Where

daterange Mar 25 - Mar 27, 2021

location Loews Vanderbilt Hotel - 2100 West End Avenue, Nashville, TN 37203

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Connecting Education to Exceptional Patient Care 2021 Annual Meeting

Uniting for Transformational Change
March 25 - 27, 2021

Loews Vanderbilt Hotel

Nashville, Tennessee


On-line registrations for the 2021 AIAMC Annual Meeting are now being accepted.  We are planning a hybrid meeting with in-person and virtual registration options.  Early bird registrants who enroll before January 15, 2021 will receive a 10% discount.  Please note that all registrations must be paid at the time of registration by credit card.


Join key leaders from independent academic medical centers around the country at Connecting Education to Exceptional Patient Care 2021 Annual MeetingOur conference theme of Uniting for Transformational Change will be delivered by outstanding, nationally-recognized speakers in an atmosphere of networking and dialogue you won't find at any other national meeting.  Key topics include diversity and equity, social determinants of health and well-being and courage in times of stress.


Carl Allamby, MD, PGY 2 Emergency Medicine Resident, at Cleveland Clinic Akron General will provide the keynote address.  Dr. Allamby grew up in East Cleveland and started fixing cars professionally in high school, eventually opening two shops.  He was pursuing a business degree in night school when he took a biology course and had an epiphany: He wanted to be a doctor.  He sold the business and went to medical school, becoming a doctor at age 47.  His inspirational story has been featured on the CBS Evening News, an AARP documentary, and the Kelly Clarkson Show.     


The 2021 Annual Meeting will be held at the spectacular Lowes Vanderbilt Hotel in Nashville.  Located across from Vanderbilt University, off the tourist path and just minutes from the city's most renowned attractions, the Loews Vanderbilt provides southern hospitality with a cozy Nashville vibe.  Our conference rate is just $259/night.   


Agenda

Mar 25 2021

AIAMC 2021 Annual Meeting and National Initiative VII Meeting Four (pdf document)

AIAMC 2021 Annual Meeting and National Initiative VII Meeting Four (pdf document)

To view the agenda in a pdf document - click here

Mar 25 2021

Pre-Conference Workshop: Recruiting for Today and Tomorrow: Diversity and Wellness in the Clinical Learning Environment

Pre-Conference Workshop: Recruiting for Today and Tomorrow: Diversity and Wellness in the Clinical Learning Environment

Co-Facilitators: Becky Fleig, MEd, Administrative Director, Graduate Medical Education, TriHealth and W. John Yost, MD, VP for Medical Education and Research, UnityPoint Health - Des Moines

Using a case-based format, attendees will share experiences and best practices in two key areas of recruitment:  diversity and wellness.  Participants will have the opportunity to compare and contrast and focus on both different practices and results.  This workshop will be highly interactive and offers an excellent opportunity to begin networking with AIAMC colleagues before the Annual Meeting’s official kick-off mid-day.  Please note that seating is limited, and pre-registration is required.

Mar 25 2021

Pre-Conference Book Club

Pre-Conference Book Club

Co-Facilitators:  Virginia “Ginny” Mohl, MD, PhD, DIO and Medical Director Education, Billings Clinic; and James Dalton, MD, Director of Medical Education, Bassett Medical Center

Back by popular demand is the 4th Annual AIAMC Book Club!  This year's selected readings are:

1.  Rafael Campo article and poems:  https://harvardmagazine.com/2019/05/poetry-medicine-doctor

2.  Carver poem:  htttps://www.poeticous.com/raymond-carver/what-the-doctor-said

We are taking the hypothesis that literature has something to teach us about the humanity of medicine, a much-needed tonic for our times.  The format of this session will be thought provoking and provide an interactive method designed to increase awareness of humanity in medicine.  Please note that seating is limited, and pre-registration is required. 

Click here to see the program agenda in pdf format.

If you are part of National Initiative (NI) VII, please be reminded to register for Meeting Four -- to be held March 26th and 27th.  NOTE:  If you registered for the Annual Awards Dinner during your Annual Meeting registration you should NOT re-register during NI VII Meeting Four Registration.

Dates to Remember

     January 15, 2021 - Early Bird registration expires

     February 22, 2021 - deadline to make hotel reservations

     March 5, 2021 - deadline for online registration