AIMS Council and Addiction Rounds
The AIMS Council
The AIMS Council consists of student representatives from all schools at CUIMC. Student representatives are trained to be the lowest-barrier point of access for their peers. AIMS representatives host events related to addiction on campus and act as a liaison between their respective schools and AIMS.
If you are interested in learning more about becoming an AIMS representative, please complete the AIMS Representative Interest Form.
Addiction Rounds is an AIMS-sponsored lunchtime education focused on addiction-related topics and is designed to promote awareness and facilitate co-curricular learning opportunities for CUIMC students. Addiction Rounds is developed and implemented by the AIMS Representatives with input from the Director of AIMS. Topics are selected with input from CUIMC students. The format of Addiction Rounds varies and may include lecture, group discussions, personal stories, short film screenings, or academic debates. Previous Addiction Rounds have included:
- Patient as Professor: A Personal Account of Balancing Healthcare and Addiction Recovery
- Understanding Abstinence Based and Medication Assisted Treatment: Outcomes and Challenges
- The Opioid Epidemic and Suboxone: A Provider's Journey