Medical Educator Resources

From clinical rotations and conferences to exam prep and faculty development, ACP is here to help you identify learning gaps, prepare learners for exams, address key topics, and enhance your curriculum.

Identify Learning Gaps & Prepare Learners for Exams

Important Quick Links

Board Prep Curriculum – Updated annually, the most comprehensive prepackaged course in internal medicine includes 70+ ready-to-use, peer-reviewed slide decks for lectures to residents along with related multiple-choice questions.

IM-ITE® – Web-based self-assessment exam modeled after the ABIM Certification Examination; it’s administered annually at each residency program training site during a prescribed examination window.

Internal Medicine Board Review Courses & Course Recordings – Efficient, effective, and comprehensive courses for first-time test takers; available in-person, livestreamed, or as interactive recordings.

MKSAP® – Continually updated learning system for internal medicine with more than 3,000 MCQs; MKSAP Residency Program Tracker helps educators identify, assess, and remediate knowledge gaps across their program and for individual learners. Group discounts available.

Teaching Tools

Annals for Educators - Monthly e-alert offers tips for using selected Annals of Internal Medicine articles in your teaching activities, including clinical topics, humanism, and professionalism in medicine.

Coding for Clinicians – Learning program helps your residents and faculty code smarter and more efficiently—saving time, driving accuracy, and optimizing payments. Group discounts available.

I.M. a Chief Resident Hub – Resources curated for chief residents to assist in their teaching role.

In the Clinic – Monthly Annals of Internal Medicine feature offers evidence-based answers to frequently asked questions about the common clinical conditions.

Pain Management Learning Hub – Self-paced multimedia course provides interactive training in pain assessment, nonpharmacologic treatment, nonopioid pharmacotherapy, rational use of opioids, and management of patients with both pain and opioid use disorder.

POCUS Online Activities – Collection of free, interactive multimedia activities prepares learners for hands-on instruction of point-of-care ultrasound for internal medicine.

Teaching Medicine Series – Addressing topics across the spectrum of academic medicine, this seven-book series summarizes the collective experience and wisdom of expert medical educators.

Help Learners Enhance Their CV’s

Abstracts Program – Encourage your learners to submit abstracts to ACP’s chapter and national abstract competitions; multiple submission categories available.

Annals of Internal Medicine: Clinical Cases – Your faculty and learners can submit original case reports, case series, and image/video cases to AIMCC, the peer-reviewed, open access journal co-published by ACP and the American Heart Association. Article processing fees are discounted for members.

Doctor’s Dilemma – Foster healthy competition among your residents by arranging them into teams and conducting a live “medical quiz bowl,” then send the winning team to compete at your local chapter meeting.

Rewards Programs

IMIG Sponsorship Program – Provides funding, resources, and learning opportunities to U.S. medical school groups to support their interest in internal medicine.

Reward-a-Resident Program – Earn educational rewards for your entire program if 90% or more of your residents are ACP Resident/Fellow Members.

Resident Support and Empowerment

Advocacy – ACP publishes policy papers and regularly advocates to support and improve the graduate medical education system; efforts address GME financing, the resident physician shortage and other workforce needs, personal and family leaves of absence for medical students, and much more.

IMpower – Online program offering nonclinical tools and resources crafted by ACP leaders and prominent internal medicine physicians to support residents during their training and catalyze their professional future.

Well-being Resources – Designed to help programs meet the ACGME requirements to support resident well-being, ACP’s Resident Well-being Curriculum connects residents with evidence-based strategies to foster well-being and prevent burnout.

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