SGIM Nominations for Council - eNews March 16

By GIM Connect posted 03-18-2016 13:58


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SGIM eNews

March 16, 2016

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SGIM Elections

Be Sure to Cast Your Vote Today!


Attention Full Members:


As an SGIM member, you influence the Society's future through your vote. The field of General Internal Medicine faces opportunities and challenges in the coming years. In this context, the SGIM leaders you choose today will have the opportunity to play major roles in shaping our field for the 21st century.


This year we will elect a president-elect, Secretary-elect and two Council members. Please take a few minutes to review their brief bio-sketches and platforms and then show your support for SGIM by voting. SGIM Full & Emeritus members are eligible to vote and should have received an email with their voting credentials on March 7th.


All votes must be cast by 11:59pm EST on Thursday, April 7, 2016.


Vote Now



SGIM Career Center



Looking to Take the Next Step in Your Career?


The SGIM Career Center is the perfect resource to help you find the opportunity that is right for you. Post your CV and sign-up for email Job Alerts to stay informed of the latest general job postings.


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Spring 2016 SGIM Regional Meetings


The SGIM Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting (April 1st, Long Island, NY) is being held this spring. Don't miss this opportunity to experience SGIM on a local level.


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What's Your Story? - Call for Submissions


JGIM's Healing Arts section wants your:


Well-crafted and engaging personal narrative, essay, story (<1000 words), or poem (<40 lines) that informs and illuminates the practice and teaching of medicine.


Click here for an example


Medical humanities teaching module that includes 1) an excerpt from a novel, short story, poem, history, drama, visual art, or creative non-fiction alongside 2) an accompanying essay (<1000 words) interpreting the excerpt for contemporary clinical practice or medical education.


Click here for an example


Click for full instructions for authors.




Today is the Deadline to Sign Up for Mentoring Programs!


Attending the 2016 Annual Meeting in Hollywood, Florida? Don't miss out on the meeting's many mentoring opportunities!


The One-on-One Mentoring Program offers trainees and faculty members a valuable opportunity to speak privately with a senior SGIM mentor from a different institution. Mentor-mentee pairs are expected to meet at least once during the annual meeting.


There are also mentoring panels offered at the Annual Meeting! Be sure to register for the 2016 Annual Meeting by April 28th!


Interested in longitudinal mentoring? Apply to theWomen and Medicine Task Force Career Advising Program (CAP). CAP is a mentoring and sponsorship initiative to help female junior faculty successfully navigate the academic promotion process. Commitment is two years and advisor/advisee pairs meet at the Annual Meeting.


Ready to apply? Click here to log in to your member profile and go directly to mentoring application.




SGIM 2016 Annual Meeting

Don't Miss One Session, Workshop, or Event!


Register Today


Over 1600 people have already registered to attend the annual meeting.


Plan Your Visit

Programming & Events

Ancillary Programming

Register by Thursday, April 28th and make plans to join us at the beautiful Diplomat Hotel & Spa in Hollywood, Florida.


Remember:Current membership is required to take advantage of registration discounts.If you have not yet renewed for 2016, you may do so prior to registering for the meeting.