Participants learned how to engage their chair, dean, and international dignitaries in Academic International Medicine (AIM) with proof of a global leadership certification course.
Participants met with AIM leaders to advance ideas and collaboration for future global endeavors. They gained mentorship opportunities, contacts, and friends. Medicine contains a rich tapestry of stories. Stories were shared that taught, healed, connected and inspired us all.
A consensus session on Health Equity was held with international leaders and policy-makers. The consensus will be published in the International Journal of Academic Medicine.
This track provided a practical guide to teach the audience how to set up international rotations, evaluate/maintain a strategic endeavor, ethically engage with the community, and utilize innovation.
This track really championed health equity. Dedicated to advocacy for vulnerable populations and providing the audience knowledge of the problems with solutions that work, this track allowed participants to discuss realistic ideas to address this ever-growing problem.
All accepted submissions received an oral presentation. Presenters earned valuable presentation experience and got pointers from leaders in AIM. All accepted submissions will be published in the International Journal of Academic Medicine.
Congratulations to Carly Williams who won the award for abstract presentation.
All original research abstracts submitted here for consideration for oral presentation and publication in IJAM.
Student submissions that are not original research (i.e. reflections on experiences, investigations, teaching pearls, collaboration, policy development, protocols, etc.) for consideration for oral presentation and publication in IJAM.