Learn Serve Lead: The AAMC Annual Meeting
Learn Serve Lead brings together diverse communities within medical education, patient care, and research so that academic medicine professionals may learn from one another, find common ground, and build organizational capacity.
As the AAMC’s signature learning and networking event, Learn Serve Lead unites professionals from across the country to discover new ideas, discuss emerging innovations, and share in an incredibly meaningful experience.
With the health and safety of our constituents and staff as our top priority, the AAMC has canceled all planned in-person meetings through June 30, 2021, including Learn Serve Lead 2020: The AAMC Annual Meeting. Learn more here.
In Phoenix, we tackled some of the biggest challenges medical education, patient care, and biomedical research face in the ever-changing landscape of academic medicine. We were joined by not only leaders in medical education but also experts in social justice, American history, learning, and innovation. Our attendees left the annual meeting not only feeling enlightened and energized but also ready to challenge the status quo and improve the health of all.
Who should attend?
Sessions are designed for professionals of varying career levels at medical schools and teaching hospitals. Attendees regularly include:
- CEOs and deans
- Researchers and scientists
- Faculty physicians
- Medical students
- Resident physicians
- University and hospital administrators
- Institutional advancement, government relations, and student affairs staff
6 reasons to attend
- Network with peers to forge new collaborations
- Deepen commitment and new thinking
- Understand the impact of current and future issues in health care
- Create practical solutions for complex issues
- Integrate and align academic missions
- Make connections that lead to greater opportunities at home institutions
What Attendees Say
Help Shape the Future of Academic Medicine
Confront societal and health care challenges and examine new approaches to complex problems.
Participate in experiences that will help you make positive change and improve the culture of your institution.
Meet other driven, inquisitive colleagues with a passion for improving academic medicine.
Examine what works in teaching and training the next generation of physicians.