Welcome to CSIM!

CSIM Annual Meeting registration now open!

Deadlines extended!

The CSIM Osler Awards

Nominations are invited for the Canadian Society of Internal Medicine Osler Award. These awards are presented annually to an individual(s) demonstrating excellence in achievement in the field of general internal medicine (GIM), either in clinical practice, research, medical education or specialty development.

Terms of reference and how to apply. Deadline extended: August 5, 2014


GIM Faculty Research Showcase

The GIM Faculty Research Showcase is a mechanism to add topics to the program after the program has been "finalized" in late spring and to highlight the research programs of Canadian General Internists. 

This Showcase is largely intended for Full Members of the CSIM.  Research from senior trainees in GIM (PGY4, PGY5, or greater) is also eligible for consideration.  Resident members should submit their research to the postgraduate trainee research competition.

Terms of reference and how to apply. Deadline extended: August 5, 2014


CSIM: Celebrating 30 years!


The Canadian Society of Internal Medicine (CSIM) is a national medical society of physicians who are specialists in the broad discipline of General Internal Medicine.  CSIM members provide expert medical care for adults with complex multi-system diseases at community and academic hospitals across Canada. CSIM members are teachers of medical students and residents and leaders in health research.



Want more information about the Royal College’s Competence by Design initiative? Check out the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons website: http://www.royalcollege.ca/portal/page/portal/rc/resources/cbme
Watch the Competence by Design You Tube Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0uBQ75oNVRc

Choosing Wisely Canada has launched! Click here to see CSIM's participation in Choosing Wisely Canada "Five Things Physicians and Patients Should Question"


Click here to access The Rounds Table podcasts! Internists receive 0.5 hours of CME credit for each podcast listened to.

CSIM has a new blog, Cogitation!

General Internal Medicine (GIM) exam update

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