WHY BECOME A FELLOW OF ACADEMIC INTERNATIONAL MEDICINE?
Join the elite group of AIM advocates who are able to demonstrate both scholarly excellence and leadership among their peers
Help advance the mission of our organization by proudly displaying the honor of being a Fellow of Academic International Medicine alongside your name
Be an ambassador of Academic International Medicine, both in the US and abroad
Become an actively engaged leader, dedicated to creating sustainable international framework of academic and educational excellence
MERIT-BASED ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR FELLOWSHIP IN ACADEMIC INTERNATIONAL MEDICINE
Requirements for Fellowship in Academic International Medicine (FAIM) are strict, with members required to earn at least 10 points before qualifying:
Continuous ACAIM membership for 3 or more years (1 point / year)
Participation in at least 1 ACAIM Committee or Leadership Position (1 point for each activity)
Expert / Invited presentations at Academic International Medicine Congress (1 point for each presentation) or an approved International conference (1 point for each presentation)
Publications in the International Journal of Academic Medicine (1 point for co-authorship on each accepted submission)
Research presentations at the Academic International Medicine Congress (1 point for each co-authored presentation) or an approved International conference (1 point for each co-authored presentation)
Helping the organization grow (1 point for each new member who registered after being referred by you)
Maximum number of 4 points can be awarded per year
Active FAIM Fellows:
Harry L. Anderson III
Sagar C. Galwankar
Stanislaw P. Stawicki
Thomas J. Papadimos
Silvana Teixeira Del Ponte
AIM 2019 Abstract Submission
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.