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The AAP serves approximately 1200 dedicated members including PM&R department chairs, program directors, residents and fellows, researchers, administrators, and others involved or interested in academic physiatry. The AAP has six (6) active councils and eight (8) hard working committees.

2013 AAP YEAR END MEMBERSHIP STATISTICS


New Members

Renewing Members

Total

Academic Affiliate

4

6

10

Academic Partner

3

24

27

Administrative Director

6

26

32

Associate

4

89

93

Associate New

4

20

24

Diplomate

24

413

437

Emeritus

0

11

11

International

5

12

17

In-training Fellow

12

42

54

In-training Medical Student

27

1

28

In-training Resident

277

168

445

Program Coordinator

4

7

11

TOTAL

370

819

1189


AAP Member Engagement

In 2013, the AAP implemented several member engagement strategies that promoted member networking and collaboration through the AAP communities, discussion forums, and file sharing on the AAP website, AAP listservs, and Social Media to encourage the information exchange between members and identify opportunities for members to enhance their success.

 

AAP social media participation showed steady growth in 2013, with the number of posts, discussions, sharing, and reach increasing substantially.

 

 

AAP Membership Committee Established

The AAP officially established a Membership Committee at the 2013 AAP Annual Meeting in New Orleans, chaired by Adam B. Stein, MD. The membership committee has developed an Academic Mentoring Program that will launch in 2014. Senior faculty will volunteer to serve as a mentor to graduating residents and fellows. The Academic Mentoring Program will allow participants to make a personal connection as well as receive guidance in their first year out of residency. The committee also worked with members of the Residents/Fellows Council (RFC) to review a "Welcome to Physiatry” guide for PGY2 residents. The tri-fold brochure was distributed to all PM&R program directors, along with AAP pins. The committee is working to finalize several strategies to promote the benefits of the AAP to all academic physiatrists.



 

 

 

 

 

AAP Annual Report 2013

  Letter from the President
  2013-2015 Board of Trustees
  Summary
  Leadership Development
  Education
  Research

  Membership
  Journal - AJPM&R
  Advocacy
  Financials

Membership Highlights

In 2013, the newly established Membership Committee developed important membership outreach programs

 

Check mark symbol  AAP Mentoring Programs were developed

Check mark symbol "Welcome to Physiatry" guide for PGY2 residents distributed

 

Check mark symbol Increased social media engagement: 

 

 

AAP's Mission

Creating the future of academic physiatry through mentorship, leadership, and discovery.

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