AIM-HI Success Stories
Find out how family medicine offices, family physicians, and family medicine residents are implementing the AIM-HI philosophy and resources to improve the health of their staff, patients, and community at large.
Family Medicine Program Finds Success With AIM-HI Childhood Obesity Grant -- The York Hospital Family Medicine residency program in York, PA, has created a successful program aimed at establishing healthy habits among young patients.
AIM-HI Family Medicine Residency Childhood Grant Projects -- Northridge family medicine residents collaborates with middle-schoolers to reduce childhood obesity in their community through the CHANGE program.
Growing a Healthy Office -- As a participant in the AIM-HI research study, Family Care Health Center in St. Louis was charged with "creating a healthy office" prior to rolling out patient interventions.
Silver Sage Center for Family Medicine Gets Physical -- Silver Sage Center for Family Medicine in Reno, Nevada has redefined what "physical activity" is and expanded their perception of physical activity.
Alcona Health Center Inspires Patients Through Example -- Alcona Health Center's philosophy is "Don't just teach it, live it."
Baltimore Students Get Ready, Set, FIT! -- The family medicine residents at the University of Maryland School of Medicine are using the AAFP’s Ready, Set, FIT! curriculum to help high-risk, low-income fourth graders develop healthy behaviors.
Medical Students Focus on Prevention with AIM-HI -- At the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Injury Prevention Research Laboratory, Anthony Beutler, MD, uses AIM-HI to make sure students focus on prevention.
Residency Program Adds a Yuck Factor to Ready, Set, FIT! -- Second-year family medicine residents at Hunterdon Family Medicine Residency are meeting their community medicine requirement using Ready, Set, FIT! -- with a twist.
Residents and Students Learn to AIM-HI at National Conference -- Pictures of residents and students, as well as AIM-HI staff and advisors, at the 2011 National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students.
Members AIM-HI at AAFP Scientific Assembly -- Pictures of AAFP members who won Apple iPads at the 2011 AAFP Scientific Assembly.
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