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Medical Education: Part IV
Busy Clinicians Can Still Contribute to Medical Education
Garred Greenberg, MD; Mayce Mansour, MD 
Dr. Greenberg (garred.greenberg@mountsinai.org ) is ...

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Medical Education: Part III
Elevate Your Ambulatory Teaching: Supporting High-Performing Learners
Christine Haynes, MD, MPH; Sarah Christensen, MD; Yasmin Sacro, MD 
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Medical Education: Part II
Educating beyond Training: Structure and Tools to Support Faculty Development and Lifelong Learning
Matthew Sakumoto, MD; Andrew Dunn, MPH, MD, MACP, SFHM, ...

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Medical Education: Part I
The Medical Education Liaison: Improving Learner and Faculty Experiences in the Ambulatory Setting
Allison Ruff, MD, MHPE; Cornelius A. James, MD; Eve Kerr, ...

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From the Society: Part II
The 2023 SGIM Annual Meeting: Crafting a Vision for Generalist Internists to Meet the Promise of Tomorrow
Shelly-Ann Fluker, MD; Milda Saunders, MD, MPH
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From the Society: Part I
Q & A with SGIM’s CEO and Philanthropy Committee Chair about the “Forging Our Future” Program
Eric B. Bass, MD, MPH; William M. Tierney, MD
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President’s Column
Maintaining Our Continued Education: Efforts at SGIM to Provide Value to Our Members
LeRoi S. Hicks, MD, MPH, FACP, President, SGIM
“Like many SGIM members, I ...

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From the Editor
More to Learn, More to Teach
Tiffany I. Leung, MD, MPH, FACP, FAMIA, Editor in Chief, SGIM Forum


Preparing this month’s issue of SGIM Forum—a second volume on ...

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Sign of the Times
If Trust Is to Be the Manner in which We Assess, We Need to Look Inward
Katherine A. Gielissen, MD, MHS-MedEd; Benjamin R. Doolittle, MD, MDIV
Dr. Gielissen (katherine.gielissen@yale.edu ...

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Medical Education: Part III
The “One Slide Approach”: An Adaptable Model to Enhance Medical Student Pre-clinical LGBTQ+ Education
Brady D. Greene, BS; Jeffrey Shu, BA, MSc; Kelly ...