Internal Medicine In-Training Examination
Developed by the American College of Physicians (ACP) and AAIM, the Internal Medicine In-Training Examination (IM-ITE) is a well-validated and reliable self-assessment instrument. The examination was first offered in 1988 and is now administered annually to more than 92% of internal medicine residents in the United States, Canada, Lebanon, Japan, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Ireland, Barbados, Jamaica, Iceland, and Qatar. Residents at all levels of training in categorical, primary care, and medicine-pediatrics programs participate in IM-ITE.
Volunteers Sought for IM-ITE Question Writing Committee
AAIM and the American College of Physicians are co-sponsors of the Internal Medicine In-Training Examination (IM-ITE). IM-ITE's 340 multiple choice questions are developed by a question writing committee. AAIM is seeking volunteers to serve on this committee. The committee term is one year, renewable for four terms; volunteers receive an annual stipend and are reimbursed for travel expenses.
To apply to serve on the IM-ITE Questions Writing Committee, please submit a CV and a letter demonstrating your qualifications—particularly in question writing—to AAIM@im.org no later than Wednesday, October 10 at 11:59 p.m. EDT.
- Must be current an AAIM member in good standing who have been members for at least three years
- Must have experience in question writing and examination development
- Must be board-certified in one of:
- General Internal Medicine
- Must be familiar with the medical knowledge level appropriate for internal medicine residents (especially PGY-2 residents, for whom the exam is intended).
Responsibilities of IM-ITE Committee Members (MS Word)