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AAMC mailing lists are available for sharing valuable information and resources with our member institutions and constituents.

GIR Leadership and Sub Groups


2017-2018 GIR Steering Committee

The GIR Steering Committee sets the strategic direction of the GIR and its committees, work groups, and special initiatives.


Diversity and Inclusion Work Group

The GIR Diversity and Inclusion Work Group (GIRDI) is open to all members of the AAMC community and welcomes all who have an interest in learning about, promoting and championing diversity and inclusion in informatics. Work Group participants will share promising practices around the support and promotion of diversity efforts in IT: plan for webinars and conference presentations that highlight efforts at our member institutions and encourage dialogue around cultivating our future IT workforce.


Data Driven Academic Medical Centers 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 new and existing data to inform the decisions across its missions, strategic initiatives, and daily operations. This cross-cutting work group is led by Chairs coming from the GIR, GBA, and GIP but is open to all members of the AAMC community.


Education Technology Work Group

The Educational Technology working group is responsible for informing GIR members and the AAMC on education technology issues, trends and related infrastructure as well as interfacing with AAMC groups (GSA, GIP, GEA) and other external groups (EDUCAUSE, etc.). The working group may also be tasked with responding to emerging education technology issues.

Instructional Design Community
The mission of the Instructional Design Community, which falls under the Education Technology Work Group, is to establish a network for instructional designers, instructional technologists, IT professionals and curriculum leads interested in information sharing and collaboration related to instructional design issues between their institutions.


Research Technology Work Group

The Research Technology Working Group (RTWG) is responsible for informing GIR members and the AAMC on research technology issues, trends and related infrastructures while working collaboratively with other AAMC groups, particularly the Group on Research Advancement and Development (GRAND).


New Medical School Community

The New Medical School Community is for the IT leaders of schools in the process of becoming accredited by the LCME, and for those recently accredited.This community addresses various challenges unique to new medical schools. Please log in to your AAMC account to find a list of GIR members who are willing to assist with questions regarding new medical school issues and topics.

My AAMC Affinity Groups

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Upcoming and Recent Events

2018 GIR Leadership Institute
February 27-March 2, 2018
AAMC Learning Center
Washington, D.C.
Now Accepting Applications

2018 Information Technology in Academic Medicine Conference
June 5-8, 2018
Westin Austin Downtown
Austin, Texas
Call for Proposals Now Open

2017 Learn Serve Lead: The AAMC Annual Meeting
November 3-7, 2017
Boston, Mass.

2017 GBA/GIP/GIR Joint Spring Meeting
May 9-12, 2017
Hyatt Regency Atlanta
Atlanta, Ga.
Presentations Available to Attendees