Call for Workshops and Poster Abstracts

Call for Workshops and Poster Abstracts

Academic Internal Medicine Week 2022
April 10-13, 2022
Charlotte Convention Center

AAIM invites all Alliance members and affiliates to submit a workshop session and/or poster abstract proposal for Academic Internal Medicine Week 2022, April 10-13, 2022, at the Charlotte Convention Center.


All workshops will be 60 minutes. In addition to presenting during Academic Internal Medicine Week 2022, all accepted workshop speakers will be required to pre-record their presentation to be made available for on-demand viewing after AIMW22.

Workshop accept/decline notifications will be sent to the primary submitter in October 2021. 

Submit an AIMW22 workshop proposal

Poster Abstracts

Research poster abstracts include background or introductory information, aim, methods, the results of the research, and a brief discussion or conclusion.

Programmatic innovation poster abstracts will include how the problem was identified and explored, innovation descriptions, results to date, and discussion/reflection/lessons learned. Tips and tools or works in progress are considered programmatic innovations.

For additional information about the poster abstract format, please review the guidelines for submitting an AAIM poster abstract.

Poster accept/decline notifications will be sent to submitting presenter in November 2021.

Accepted poster presenters are required to provide a digital poster and record a five-minute video presentation.

Submit an AIMW22 poster abstract proposal

Session and Poster Abstract Content Tracks

  • Curriculum (Skills Development, Evaluation and Feedback, Rounds/Teaching Conferences, Patient Safety and Quality Improvement, Advocating for Patients and Policies)
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (Training, Teaching, Cultural Competency, Recruitment, Patient Care)
  • Faculty Development (Evaluation and Feedback, Recruitment, Retention, Professional Development, Promotion, Teaching and Learning Theory, Leadership/Mentoring)
  • Research (Medical Education Research, Biomedical Research, Pipeline Issues, General)
  • Administration (Business of Medicine, Recruitment, Onboarding, Graduation, Hospital Administration, Chief Residency, Mentorship, Career Development, Remediation, Practice Management)
  • Technology and Innovation (Telemedicine/Telehealth, Simulation, Big Data, Electronic Health Record, Procedures, Artificial Intelligence, POCUS)
  • Wellness and Resiliency (Burnout, Fatigue Management, Self-Care, Learners At-Risk, Career Transitions)

            Poster Abstract Guidelines

            Tips for a Successful Poster Abstract Submission

            • Keep poster abstract titles brief and to the point.
            • Use title case for poster abstract titles (ex. A Novel Curriculum for Systems-Based Practice); do not use all capital letters.
            • Poster abstracts that present clinical studies or clinical research out of the context of student, resident, or fellowship education or programmatic innovation will not be reviewed.
            • Poster abstract marketing description will be used in all promotional materials for the poster session; this should be no longer than 250 words.


            The deadline to submit workshop and poster abstracts proposals is Friday, August 6, 2021, at 11:59 p.m. EDT.

            AAIM program planning committees review all seminar and poster abstract proposals and reserve the right to refuse any proposal without cause. 

            Please note:

            • AAIM does not waive registration fees or reimburse expenses for workshop presenters.
            • Each workshop may have no more than four total presenters.
            • Workshop presenters and co-presenters may not participate in more than two proposals.
            • All Academic Internal Medicine Week 2022 workshops will be 60 minutes in length.
            • Accepted workshop presenters will be required to pre-record their presentation for on-demand viewing after the meeting.
            • The primary submitter is responsible for providing all co-presenter names and contact information to the AAIM in a timely fashion.
            • All APDIM and CDIM workshop presenters and co-presenters must complete an online CME conflict of interest form in the AAMC Convey system prior to AIMW22. Presenters that do not complete the online form before the meeting will be removed from the agenda, prohibited from speaking, and will not be acknowledged as AAIM speakers.