What’s the best way to get your research noticed—and make time for more research? How can academic hospitalists get involved in patient safety and quality-improvement (QI) work? For three years, the Academic Hospitalist Academy has helped hospitalist researchers answer these and other questions they face as they develop their careers.
Now in its fourth year, the popular three-and-a-half-day course—presented by the Society of General Internal Medicine, the Association of Chiefs and Leaders of General Internal Medicine, and SHM—focuses on the unique environment, challenges, and opportunities for academic hospitalists, led by national authorities in academic hospital medicine.
Based on evaluations from the 2011 Academic Hospitalist Academy, 100% of attendees rated the meeting positively and felt the course was worth their time and money; 99% said they would recommend attending to their academic hospitalist colleagues. Check out www.academichospitalist.org testimonials to read what past attendees had to say about the academy.