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daterange Feb 16 - Feb 13, 2024



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AIAMC webinars are held throughout the year on various hot topics that engage and inform our members.  Unless otherwise noted, each webinar is one-hour in length and eligible for CME credit.  For questions or suggestions regarding AIAMC webinars, contact Executive Director Kimberly Pierce Burke via email


Feb 16 2023

Looking Back and Moving Forward: Perspectives of AIAMC Leaders

Looking Back and Moving Forward: Perspectives of AIAMC Leaders

Begin 2023 by registering for this thought-provoking and motivating AIAMC webinar!  We asked our members last fall to rank order AIAMC-member benefits, and NETWORKING once again came in on top.  Members of the AIAMC Executive Committee will share what they have learned through their careers in a relaxed “interview-style” format:  in both their day jobs and volunteer leadership positions.  They will also welcome your questions and identify future opportunities for continued growth.  Take an hour to network.  Take an hour for you…… to pause and reflect upon your own lessons learned as well as a fulfilling future professional path.

  • Dr. Heather Sankey, MD, Burkman Endowed Chair of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Baystate Health Professor and Chair, UMass Chan-Baystate
  • Dr. Joseph D. Portoghese, MD, FACS, Chief Academic Officer/Designated Institutional Official, AdventHealth Orlando
  • Dr. James Orlando, Ed. D, Chief Graduate Medical Education Officer, ACGME Designated Institutional Official, St Luke’s University Health Network
  • Shelly Monks, FACHE, Vice President and Chief Academic Office, Texas Health 
  • Victor Kolade, MD Core Faculty, Internal Medicine Residency; Clinical Professor of Medicine & Regional Clerkship Director for Internal Medicine

Apr 05 2023

Difficult Teaching Case Conference

Difficult Teaching Case Conference

Teaching, like clinical medicine, is complex, nuanced, and draws on your cognitive and emotional resources.  This session will present a strategy in use for more than ten years at AIAMC-member Aurora Health Care to explore difficult teaching situations as a faculty development strategy – through a CME accredited “Difficult Teaching Case Conference”. Adapting a clinical M&M format, a case presenter describes the initial part of a difficult teaching situation, and then the moderator asks the audience “what would you do/say in this situation and why?”  Then the case presenter reveals what they actually did and why, and participants again say what they would do/say in this situation and why.  Throughout, participants ask questions, seek additional information, and usually share some “I’ve been there” moments. The conference closes with the moderator providing some literature to provoke additional thinking/discussion.  

During this webinar, attendees will participate in a “Difficult Teaching Case Conference” and discuss how to use this engaging strategy in their home institutions. 

Deb Simpson, PhD, Academic Affairs Education Director, Advocate Aurora Health

William Yost, MD, Vice President for Medical Education and Research, UnityPoint Health- Des Moines

Jun 13 2023

Evolving Landscape of Medical Education: Where do IAMCs and Community-Based Teaching Hospitals Fit in this Ever-Changing Space?

Evolving Landscape of Medical Education: Where do IAMCs and Community-Based Teaching Hospitals Fit in this Ever-Changing Space?

Join us for a half-day virtual program that will equip you with the tools to articulate the value of community-based education.  Our featured speaker and session facilitator will be Leah Gassett, MBA, Partner, ECG Management Consultants.  Leah heads ECG’s Boston office and leads the firm’s Academic Healthcare Division. She has spent the past 20 years helping academic healthcare organizations fulfill their missions through her expertise in university–health system affiliations; strategic planning; retreat facilitation; medical education programming across the continuum, including undergraduate, graduate, and continuing medical education; and organizational design that supports the integration of learning, discovery, and care delivery. 

This informative and interactive program will include learning about trends in community-based hospitals, articulating the value of what we do, as well as sharing experiences and identifying new opportunities for community-based education programs.  The three-hour session features an opening, brief lecture followed by large and small group exercises.  The program will conclude with a shared value proposition and elevator pitch for attendees to communicate to their C-Suites and other leaders.

Tuesday, June 13 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm EDT

There is no charge to attend but pre-registration is required and opens May 1st.