AAIM Subspecialty Milestones Faculty Development Seminars
The Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine(AAIM) will be conducting a Faculty Development Seminar Series focused on the subspecialty milestones. This seminar series for faculty and staff will review the language of competency and provide a step-by-step approach for linking subspecialty milestones to building assessments. The course will be taught as a mixture of didactic lectures and interactive group activities, including a clinical competency committee reporting exercise.
Three seminars will be offered in late Spring 2014:
- May 9-10 at the Grand Hyatt DFW in Dallas, TX
- May 30-31 at the Marriott Philadelphia Downtown in Philadelphia, PA
- June 27-28 at the Sheraton Chicago O'Hare Hotel in Chicago, IL
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