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Internal Medicine Interest Group of the Month: Top Five Recruiting Clubs

Internal Medicine Interest Group of the Month: Top Five Recruiting Clubs

The 2011-2012 IMIG recruitment period closed at the end of December with 58 schools reaching the 30% participation goal for Student Membership. Currently there are approximately 22,000 ACP Medical Student members!

Congratulations to our top five recruiting IMIG clubs!

  1. Texas Tech University Paul L. Foster School of Medicine
    • 100% participation
  2. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
    • 93% participation
  3. University of South Alabama College of Medicine
    • 91% participation
  4. Lincoln Memorial University DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine
    • 84% participation
  5. University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine
    • 81% participation

Want to know where your IMIG stands? View the IMIG Participation Chart.

Looking for ways to improve your club's activities, or want to share your ideas with other IMIG Leaders? Check out the links below:

Internal Medicine Interest Group Resource Guide
A newly expanded version of ACP's Internal Medicine Interest Group (IMIG) Resource Guide has been posted to ACP Online. Developed by the Council of Student Members, this guide will provide practical information about how to set up an IMIG, best practices for your IMIG, and ideas for activities and events. New to this edition are sections on how to establish a journal club and how to hold a residency fair at your school.

Submit your club as IMIG of the Month
Do you think your IMIG has what it takes to be featured as the "Internal Medicine Interest Group of the Month" in an upcoming issue of IMpact? Does your club host unique and interesting events about internal medicine? Does your IMIG have a strong presence on your campus? ACP wants to hear about your club!

Have questions about the Internal Medicine Interest Group Sponsorship Program? Visit or e-mail

Back to February 2012 Issue of IMpact

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