Do you want to learn about the latest technology in academic medicine? Have you wondered how to collaborate digitally? Are you eager to keep remote students engaged? If so, the AAMC’s new Information Technology in Academic Medicine Virtual Community is for you.
This online Community drives dialogue and connections around technology in academic medicine. Members ask questions, share best practices, and post resources. Members also have access to a library, which contains presentations, videos, webinars, articles, and more. If you are a member of the GIR or one of its Work Groups, this is also a great place to connect with your peers and share resources specific to your Group.
Participation is free and open to anyone interested in IT in academic medicine. You are not required to be an affinity or work group member.
If you don’t have an account already, please request one for the Information Technology in Academic Medicine Virtual Community. The AAMC’s member services team will review your request quickly—usually within one business day.
Once you’ve joined, be sure to add your photo and a short bio so we can get to know you.
We hope you’ll become a regular contributor to the Community. Take advantage of the following opportunities:
Be sure to check out our welcome thread to get started. See you in the Community!