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Thank you for your interest in the Academic Hospitalist Academy. This conference is now SOLD OUT. If you are interested in being placed on the waitlist to attend AHA, please email [email protected] with the following information: name, SHM ID number (if applicable), preferred email address and contact number. As cancellations are received, SHM team members will notify those on our waitlist with instructions for registration to the meeting.
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The ninth annual Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM), Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) and Association of Chiefs & Leaders of General Internal Medicine (ACLGIM) Academic Hospitalist Academy (AHA) provides academic hospitalists with the educational, scholarly and professional development skills they need to advance their careers and begin a pathway to success in academic hospital medicine. The principal goals of the Academy are to:

  • Develop junior academic hospitalists as the premier teachers and educational leaders at their institutions
  • Help academic hospitalists develop scholarly work and increase scholarly output
  • Enhance awareness of the value of quality improvement and patient safety work
  • Support academic promotion of all attendees

AHA attendees experience an energizing, interactive learning environment featuring didactics, small-group exercises and skill-building breakout sessions. Each full day of learning is facilitated by leading clinician-educators, hospitalist-researchers and clinical administrators in a 1-to-10 faculty-to-student ratio.

AHA’s small size allows for close interaction with the faculty who help craft an unforgettable and valuable experience. Learn about this year’s course directors and faculty.


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The Academy is brought to you through a collaboration between SHM, SGIM and ACLGIM.

Coming to this conference was one of the best decisions I’ve made since becoming a hospitalist.