Call for Submissions

AIMW25 Workshop Submissions

All AAIM members are invited to submit a workshop and/or poster abstract proposal for the 2025 Academic Internal Medicine Week (AIMW25), taking place from April 6-9, 2025 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

AAIM is seeking high quality workshop submissions with tangible participant takeaways. For AIMW25, all attendee tracks are seeking workshop sessions that focus on AI, business of medicine for physicians and non-physicians, and leader/learner wellness.

New for 2025, the Curriculum content track will be split into two separate content tracks: Curriculum: Didactic and Curriculum: Point of Care.

Submissions close on August 16.

View a sample workshop proposal

Submitting workshop presenters will be notified on October 31, 2024.

Please contact with questions.

Submissions Close Aug. 16

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AIMW25 Proposal Form

AIMW25 Timeline

Call for Workshops: 
July 15 - August 16

Call for Poster Abstracts: 
September 3 - 27

AAIM Workshop Submission Audiences

Workshop Submission Audience

AIMW25 Attendee Track
(Workshop dates)

Residency and Fellowship Administrators, Coordinators, and Managers

Program administrators / coordinators and fellowship coordinators involved in the support of accredited internal medicine residency or subspecialty fellowship training programs

RFA Track
April 6-7, 2025
IM Chief Residents Chiefs Residents Track
April 6-7, 2025

GME Faculty, Administrators, and Leaders

Program directors, associate and assistant program directors, core faculty, other key faculty and staff involved in accredited internal medicine residency or subspecialty fellowship training programs

GME Track
April 7-9, 2025

UME Faculty, Administrators, and Leaders

Third year clerkship directors, ICM course directors, subinternship directors, clerkship administrators and coordinators, clinical preceptors, and other faculty and staff involved in undergraduate medical education.

UME Track
April 7-9, 2025

Department and Division Business Administrators

Chief administrative officers, division administrators, administrative directors/managers, and other senior business administrators in departments of internal medicine.

DDA Track
April 7-9, 2025

AIMW25 Workshop Presenter Policies:

  • AAIM does not waive registration fees or reimburse expenses for workshop presenters.
  • Each workshop must have at least two presenters and no more than four total presenters.
  • Workshop presenters and co-presenters may not participate in more than two proposals.
  • All AIMW25 workshops are 60 minutes in length.
  • Accepted workshop presenters will be required to pre-record their presentation for on-demand viewing after the meeting.
  • The primary submitter is responsible for providing all co-presenter names and contact information to AAIM in a timely fashion.
  • AAIM program planning committees review all workshop and poster abstract proposals and reserve the right to refuse any proposal without cause.
  • Workshop presenters are expected to provide proper attribution/reference in all presented material as it relates to the inclusion of other authored material or AI generated content.
  • Accepted workshop speakers must be willing and available to present during all AIMW25 workshop times. Workshop schedule swaps will not be accommodated.

AIMW25 Content Tracks

  1. Accreditation
    (Competencies/Milestones, Self-study, ACGME, LCME, Duty Hours, Resident and Faculty Surveys)
  2. Administration
    (Recruitment, Onboarding/Graduation/Other, Hospital Administration, Chief Residency, Mentorship/Career Development, Remediation, Competencies/Milestones, ACGME, LCME, Duty Hours)
  3. Business of Medicine
    (Budgets, Comp Plans, Funds Flow, Grants Administration, RVUs, Service Lines)
  4. Curriculum: Didactic     NEW 
    (Skills Development, Evaluation and Feedback, Rounds/Teaching Conferences)
  5. Curriculum: Point of Care    NEW 
    (Patient Safety and Quality Improvement, Advocating for Patients and Policies, Ambulatory)
  6. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
    (Social Justice, Training, Teaching, Cultural Competency, Recruitment, Patient Care, Advocacy)
  7. Faculty Development
    (Evaluation and Feedback, Recruitment, Retention, Promotion, Teaching and Learning Theory, Scholarship, Leadership / Mentoring / Coaching)
  8. Learner Transitions
    (Application Inflation, Interviews, Signaling, ILP, SEL, ERAS, Thalamus, Post-Interview Comms, Fellowship Start Date, Match, Recruitment)
  9. Practice of Medicine
    (Practice Management, Quality Improvement, Patient Safety)
  10. Research
    (General, Medical Education Research, Grant Writing, Biomedical Research, Pipeline Issues)
  11. Technology and Innovation
    (Artificial Intelligence, Simulation, Big Data, EHR, Virtual Training, Gaming, Procedures, POCUS)
  12. Wellness
    (Burnout, Fatigue Management, Learners At-Risk, Career Transitions, Coaching, Self-Care)