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Group on Institutional Planning (GIP)

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The primary mission of the AAMC’s Group on Institutional Planning (GIP) is to advance the discipline of planning in academic medicine by enhancing the skills and knowledge of professional planners, promote the value of planning, and connect people, resources, and ideas.

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Guide to the Group on Institutional Planning

Rules and Regulations

Official governance and administration information for members of the Group on Institutional Planning.

Distinguished Service Award

The Distinguished Service Award program was created to recognize the contributions of members (current and/or former) of the GIP who, by virtue of their effort and service, have contributed significantly to the advancement of the mission of the GIP. 

Membership

The GIP membership is comprised of a diverse group of over 500 leaders responsible for all aspects of institutional planning. GIP members must be appointed by his or her medical school dean or teaching hospital CEO. Learn more about GIP membership

Communications

Connect with other members of the Group on Institutional Planning and stay informed on group news and priorities.

Leadership

The Steering Committee sets policy for the Group on Institutional Planning and manages GIP affairs. GIP members may join one of the three GIP subcommittees on professional development, facilities planning and space management, or strategic planning and management.

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AAMC Mailing Lists

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

My AAMC Affinity Groups

View your AAMC Affinity Group participation including other members of your active Groups via the My AAMC Affinity Group page. Sign in required.