The Opioids Education Collection promotes the efforts of AAMC-member medical schools and teaching hospitals that are on the front lines addressing the opioid epidemic: responding with new approaches to prevent, identify, and treat pain and substance use disorders, delivering pain management and addiction education, and leading efforts in this area to advance medical research and promote innovations in clinical care.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT), and Differences of Sex Development (DSD) Patient Care Collection serves as the online destination for identifying, developing, and sharing resources aimed at improving health education in support of providing comprehensive patient care for LGBT and DSD-affected individuals.
The Building an Oral Health in Medicine Model Curriculum collection, funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration, aims to advance physician understanding of the oral-systemic impact on overall health and support preparing clinicians to provide comprehensive coordinated care.
This collection is sponsored by the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) which leads the advancement of emergency care through education and research, advocacy, and professional development in academic emergency medicine. Headquartered in Chicago, IL, SAEM is the academic voice of emergency medicine and has nearly 6,000 members from medical schools and teaching institutions in the United States and throughout the world.
The Faculty Affairs Collection aims to provide current, innovative peer-reviewed methods for advancing faculty affairs, and addresses issues such as the recruitment, appointment, management, promotion, and governance of faculty members, as well as related professional development programming in such areas as career advancement and new faculty orientation and onboarding programs.
The Interprofessional Education Collection is designed to foster the identification, development and deployment of educational resources aimed at supporting team-based or collaborative care essential to training an interprofessional workforce. This collection is designed to create a national clearinghouse of competency-linked learning resources for interprofessional education and models of team-based or collaborative care.
The Lifestyle Medicine Education Collaborative aims to provide an array of evidence-based curricular resources for use throughout health professions education to prevent and treat lifestyle-related diseases. Lifestyle medicine is a scientific, evidence-based approach to decreasing disease risk and illness burden by utilizing lifestyle interventions such as nutrition, physical activity, stress reduction, sleep, smoking cessation, and avoidance of alcohol abuse.