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GIR SnippITs

Do you want to know how other academic medical centers are addressing certain technology issues surrounding adoption, troubleshooting, infrastructure, policy, workforce, governance, or any other related topic?

The GIR, in response to numerous requests from the membership, provides members with the opportunity to seek answers to their questions and poll their peers on such Group-relevant topics.

These polls, called "SnippITs," can be requested by any GIR member by contacting GIR staff. We will distribute the poll to the membership within one week and then collect responses for one week. These SnippITs are voluntary. The results of this poll will be distributed in a summary report and aggregate data will be made available to members.

This service is designed to facilitate information sharing for point-in-time queries. The data will not be used for research purposes.

If you would like to create a SnippIT, please contact Katharine Beale at

GIR SnippIT Reports

Please note that you must click the 'sign in' link at the top right hand corner of this page to be able to view these member-only resources.

Precision Medicine/Precision Health (May 2018)
Undergraduate Medical Education Student Information Technology Onboarding: Training, Surveys, and Policies (November 2016)
Data Driven Academic Medical Centers (March 2015)
Research Technology Organization (March 2015)
Video, Wearables, Patient Consent, and Education (September 2014)
Videocasting of Lectures (June 2014)
Use of Microsoft XP at Academic Medical Centers (May 2014)
Simulation in Medical Education (April 2014)
Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) in Medical Education (March 2014)
Virtual Patients (January 2014)
Curriculum Inventory and Reports (CIR) Tool Plans (January 2014)