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GBA/GIP 2022 Joint Spring Meeting Call for Proposals

Group on Business Affairs (GBA) and Group on Institutional Planning (GIP)
2022 Joint Spring Meeting

Wednesday, April 27 – Thursday, April 28, 2022
Hilton San Francisco Union Square
San Francisco, California

Submission Deadline: November 10, 2021, 11:59 pm PT

The Spring Meeting Planning Committee is soliciting proposals for breakout sessions and posters for the GBA/GIP 2022 Joint Spring Meeting.

Submitters are strongly encouraged to read the instruction guide before logging in to submit a proposal.

This meeting provides a unique forum to promote and learn from the collaborations that occur daily at academic medical centers by bringing together two important professional groups within the AAMC: the Group on Business Affairs and the Group on Institutional Planning. Instead of a specific theme, the Committee encourages schools to submit sessions on all topics of interest. Priority will be given to proposals incorporating the following topics:
  • Administrative benchmarking/developing successful shared services
  • Administrative space metrics, including faculty offices
  • Analytics and Business intelligence tools (e.g., dashboards) and best practices (e.g., using data for meaningful decisions)
  • Clinical affiliation partner relations & practice plan structure
  • Department administrator development
  • Diversity, equity, and inclusion – recruitment and retention; how to address health inequity
  • Faculty compensation – improved alignment to support academic mission
  • Funds flow
  • Effectively leading and managing through the culture change of a new hybrid work environment
  • Emergency preparedness & business continuity planning
  • Leadership – general topics around leadership, developing the next generation of leaders
  • Recruiting and retaining staff - alignment around strategic plans and cultural strategies
  • Research administration
  • Space as it relates to education, research (basic science and clinical) and clinical space
  • Space data collection - who, what, when, where & why
  • Space management: recruitment, long term space planning
  • Strategic planning: implementation and monitoring, environmental scanning, tools, alignment with missions including diversity and inclusion
  • Staffing shortages, loss of staff to remote work
We look forward to bringing the GBA and GIP communities together to explore synergies and opportunities for collaboration.

You may access the instruction guide here.

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Questions? Organizer: Molly Krafcik -