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SGIM’s physician leaders continue to pave a pathway for the academic general medicine community to evolve and make societal progress together. Monica Lypson, SGIM president, reflects on SGIM engagement as a pathway towards addressing collective burnout. Eric Bass, SGIM CEO, provides a vital update on recommendations from a National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine report on high-quality primary care. Physician-educators Orr, et al, and Achuonjei, et al, describe interprofessional educational programs for learners of different disciplinary backgrounds, aiming also to deliver virtual team care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Physician informaticians Hernandez, et al, describe a unique pathway for residents to develop expertise as clinical informatics scholars. Physician-mother and fellow Mahrer Owen reflects on receiving her COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy. In the spirit of SGIM Forum’s March theme issue on climate change and health, physician-advocates Balaban, et al, offer a reminder of physicians’ roles in environmental and climate health advocacy, especially in combination with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, to advance population and public health.

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SGIM Forum Call for Submissions:
Theme Issue on Physician and Patient Mental Health & Well-being
September 2021 Submission deadline: July 15, 2021

SGIM Forum will publish a theme issue on mental health and well-being for its September 2021 issue. This theme issue on Physician and Patient Mental Health and Well-being focuses on the mental health of patients and clinicians, especially for general internists and trainees.

Please consider the following for submissions to this theme issue:

  • Article submissions of all types are welcome, follow the link below for article ideas
    • Artwork or photography submissions will also be considered (they must be 300 DPI or higher).
    • Medical students, residents, and fellows are also encouraged to submit.
    • Please refer to the author instructions for more detailed article requirements and a suggested article template.  

    Submit your articles or artwork to Editor.SocietyGIMForum@gmail.com by July 15, 2021 for consideration for this theme issue. 

    Forum is a place for members to share their diverse perspectives and experiences, advocacy, research, and clinical work, for this theme issue and continuously into the future. Submissions not published in the theme issue will be considered for publication in future issues of Forum.

    More information can be found here.