Welcome to the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM), the only professional association solely dedicated to medical ultrasound.
We’re glad you’ve joined this vibrant
community of high-performing professionals focused on quality patient care. Now you can leverage the full advantages of AIUM membership to help you improve your skills, stay current on new techniques, and demonstrate your commitment to quality.
There are many benefits to an AIUM membership. For example, continuing education is a critical function of the AIUM, and members have several free or reduced-cost ways to earn valuable CME credits. Key benefits include:
Receive discounted registration fees for events.
Gain access to AIUM's in-person, hands-on postgraduate courses that bring together leading experts to teach the latest techniques and procedures.
Free AIUM webinars for AIUM members.
Discounts on lecture purchases.
AIUM reports your CME credits earned through the AIUM Online Learning Center directly to ARDMS.
Plus, we are a preferred ARDMS provider, meaning if you get audited, you will immediately pass if you earned your credits through us.
To get the most out of your membership, get started on the right foot. Here are a few important steps to take as you begin your AIUM experience.
Log in and explore. To access members-only online content, you must be logged into the website.
You’ll need the username and password you used to create your account. If you can’t remember, just hit Forgot Password.
Complete (or update) your member profile. Once you are logged in, make sure you have a complete profile so we can deliver the content and communications that you’ll find most valuable. Include your credentials, your board certifications, and even
your AMA and/or ARDMS numbers. Complete or update your profile today.
Join the discussion. Discover, share, and connect with others through our members-only social network, Connect. Join discussion groups of interest to you and start sharing ideas with your peers.
Look for AIUM newsletters. Shortly after you join, you will begin to receive Sound Waves and JUMpstart, the AIUM’s key members-only newsletters. These newsletters keep you up-to-date and informed of the latest news, research, and information vital to helping you improve patient care.
You’ll get the most out of your AIUM membership when you get connected to the people, programs, information, and resources that can help get you to the next level.
Connect with other members. It’s easy to connect with your peers through the AIUM’s many online social spaces. Here are a few highlights:
Connect: Build your network in the AIUM’s members-only social network. Ask questions, share resources, and share your knowledge, experience, and insights.
LinkedIn: Follow the group to connect with your peers, participate in timely discussions, and build your ultrasound community network.
Facebook: Interact and share stories on the AIUM page.
Twitter: Follow @AIUMultrasound and use the hashtags #AIUM, #ultrasound and specific event hashtags to keep up with hot topics and updates in medical ultrasound.
Instagram: Follow @aiumultrasound for updates, event photos, and sneak peeks at what’s ahead. Don’t forget to share your photos and tag us or use #AIUM.
YouTube: Case challenges, webinars, and other videos reside on the AIUM’s video channel. Subscribe so you get notified when new content is added.
Explore tools and resources. As a member, you have 24/7 unrestricted access to the AIUM’s full collection of content, tools, and other resources to help you do your job better and help your practice succeed. Take some time to explore:
Explore education. The AIUM’s Online Learning Center is your place for ultrasound education. Webinars, articles, videos, and courses are available to help improve your knowledge and skills. Most of these opportunities include free CME credits for AIUM members.
Visit your association career center. The Ultrasound Career Center is your one-stop shop for career choice and advancement. Find a job, post a job, get career advice, and improve your resume.
Medical ultrasound is a dynamic and ever-changing field. Thus, staying informed and up-to-date is of paramount importance. The AIUM provides a number of member benefits focused on keeping you at the forefront.
Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine (JUM): Each month, the JUM publishes the latest research, pictorial essays, case studies, and literature reviews. In addition, AIUM members have unlimited access to the entire JUM library.
JUMpstart: Every 2 weeks, AIUM members receive an electronic newsletter dedicated to the most recently published articles from the JUM, allowing you to put the latest information into clinical practice sooner.
Sound Waves: YOUR content—that’s what the AIUM’s members-only newsletter delivers. By clicking and reading articles each week, the backend AI software will send you more and more articles that match your interest(s)—meaning every AIUM member receives a customized issue.
Connect: Your network keeps you informed through insights, resources, and feedback. Connect is your place to build, nurture, and utilize that worldwide network.
Calendar: The AIUM’s robust educational calendar delivers timely and informative content on a regular basis through webinars and events. Find out what’s happening.
Whether you choose to get involved to gain leadership opportunities, build your resume, or give back to the profession, you’ll find a meaningful way to participate in the AIUM community.
Share a document, a resource you frequently reference, or just your insight. On Connect, the discussion is for ultrasound users by ultrasound users.
Volunteer. Check out these ways to volunteer:
Help with the Annual Meeting. Every year the AIUM relies on volunteers to help as moderators, abstract reviewers, speakers, proctors, models, and more. If you would like to help, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine (JUM) can’t operate without quality reviewers. If you would like to review manuscripts, Click here to get started.
Each year, half of the AIUM’s Communities of Practice hold elections. To run for office, please contact Cynthia Owens.
Blog. Want to share your ultrasound story? Have a strong opinion? Is there an issue we should be discussing? Consider writing a blog post for us to share on The Scan. If interested, contact Cynthia Owens.
Submit a Case. Try to stump, and educate your colleagues by submitting a case challenge.
If you have other interests that you would like to share with the AIUM, please let us know at email@example.com.