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The Internal Medicine Interest Group is one of the largest, most
active student organizations at Southern Illinois University School
of Medicine. With help from our amazing faculty and a committed
group of students, we have established a wide array of annual
events from informational sessions for students to community
service events to professional development and networking.
Expanding student knowledge about careers in internal medicine
and its subspecialties has always been at the forefront of IMIG
programming. Each year, we sponsor five "Careers in Medicine"
events that coincide with the curriculum of the second-year
students. The first event focuses on the Hematology, Immunology and
Infection unit, and the meeting panel includes a
hematologist-oncologist, infectious disease physician and a
hospitalist. During the Cardiovascular, Respiratory and Renal Unit,
we hear from senior staff physicians in the corresponding
departments, including the cardiology and nephrology division
chairs. During the Neuromuscular and Behavioral Unit, we typically
hear from a member of med-psych faculty and a rheumatologist. The
final meeting features division chiefs of both gastroenterology and
endocrinology. There's also a meeting featuring general internal
medicine, both inpatient and outpatient, and combined specialties
SIU School of Medicine is deeply committed to the tight-knit
Southern Illinois community in which it resides. IMIG works to
forward the school's mission and contribute positively to the
community. Each year, we work in conjunction with the
Interdisciplinary Network for Outreach (INFO) group through the
Department of Family Medicine to provide meals at a local homeless
shelter during the harsh winter months. We also worked with the
local public health department to put on a health fair and
influenza vaccination drive at the Salvation Army for the first
time in the fall of 2010. After a successful trial run, we will be
making this an annual event. We also represent the school at local
health fairs, including the Annual Men's Night and local Head Start
We also hope to introduce our members to the professional
community in the area. In previous years, members have attended the
Illinois Meeting of the American College of Physicians. Medical
Student Members competed alongside residents in research and
clinical case presentation competitions. We also sponsor social
events such as bowling nights, ice cream socials and even a hog
roast for students and residents, allowing members to network with
peers and identify possible mentors who share interests.
The other members of the board and I would like to thank Susan
Hingle, MD, FACP for her outstanding mentorship to the group and
her continued support. Her effort and enthusiasm has made the
organization what it is today. We look forward to working more with
Dr. Tiffany Malli, our newest advisor. We anticipate a busy and
successful school year of programming to continue the legacy of our
Internal Medicine Interest Group.
Shannon Curry, MSIV
Vice President SIU IMIG
November 2011 Issue of IMpact
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