Are You Interested in Serving on a Committee?
GIP subcommittees exist to implement the strategic initiatives and actions of the GIP. Subcommittees are chaired/co-chaired by members of the Steering Committee and members of the GIP who report back to the Steering Committee on activities and progress. Participating in a subcommittee will help professionals within academic medicine grow and learn in their professional roles and develop their leadership capacities. Subcommittee members actively participate in 1 hour-long monthly conference calls and are assigned follow-up tasks between each call that could require anywhere from 1-3 hours of time per month. During some months, there is no work required. Attendance and participation at the annual GIP/GBA Joint Spring Meeting is encouraged.
If you are interested in joining a subcommittee for the 2023-2024 term, please complete the interest form by May 5, 2023, for consideration. For questions, please contact Molly Devine.
GIP Facilities Planning and Space Management Subcommittee
The GIP Facilities Planning and Space Management Subcommittee brings together leaders in space planning and facilities management. The subcommittee recommends data collection efforts related to space; develops common definitions around space and financial data to allow for metric development and benchmarking; develops surveys and white papers; and shares information on space management software and other planning tools. The group hosts monthly discussions on relevant “hot topics” and shares best practices with the GIP membership via webinars, moderated calls, and presentations at the GBA/GIP Joint Spring Meeting.
GIP Strategic Planning and Management Subcommittee
The GIP Strategic Planning and Management Subcommittee focuses on communicating best practices on strategic planning and management; hosting webinars & moderated calls on topics related to strategic planning and management; convening experts and expanding networking opportunities to those new to the field; discussing emerging issues via various forums; identifying resources, toolkits, and software to support strategic management; and serving as a resource on environmental drivers and trends for the academic medicine community. The group also hosts monthly “hot topic” discussions.
Data-Driven Academic Medical Centers (DDAMC) Work Group
The Data-Driven Academic Medical Centers Work Group seeks to be a coordinating source of resources to share knowledge and enable academic medical centers to leverage data to inform decisions across its missions, strategic initiatives, and daily operations. This crosscutting work is led by chairpersons from the Group on Information Resources, Group on Business Affairs, and GIP and is open to all AAMC constituents, with the goal of building a community of people interested in this topic to collaborate on data driven activities and initiatives. Work group members participate in webinars and monthly calls, assist with group initiatives, and share resources (e.g., articles, dashboards, screenshots). For more information, please review the group’s scope and approach.