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Visit the ACP Exhibit Booth at these Upcoming Meetings

Be sure to visit ACP's exhibit booth at these upcoming meetings:

ACP - King Fahd Medical City Joint Educational Conference
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
March 15-18, 2010
Email: faroque7khan@gmail.com
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World Congress of Internal Medicine 2010
Melbourne, Australia
March 20-25, 2010
Email: wcim2010@tourhosts.com.au
                                          Website: http:/www.wcim2010.com.au

The Congress theme is World Medicine for the Next Decade: 2010-2020. The program will showcase excellence in Australasian Medicine and Medical Science and will offer a superb opportunity for physicians and medical specialists to attend expert updates on specialty areas outside their own specialty.

An ACP staff person will be at the booth to answer all your questions about membership, products and services, sign up new members, accept dues payments, and more.

For more information, visit our Activities Abroad section.



International Activities at Internal Medicine 2010 Toronto, Canada - April 22-24, 2010

International Reception

Thursday, 4/22/2010
8:30 - 10:00 p.m.

This wine and cheese reception is open to all international attendees and their guests, as well as other attendees who are interested in meeting with leaders from ACP and internal medicine societies from around the world. Light hors d' oeuvres will be served.

International Panel

The Global Burden of the Migration of Physicians

Thursday, 4/22/2010
2:15-3:45 p.m.
Moderator: Jock Murray, MD, MACP
Panelists: Werner Bauer, MD, FACP
              Sonny F. Kuku, MD, MACP
              Eugenio Jose F. Ramos, MD

The panel will discuss how the migration of physicians is affecting global health using an international faculty. The course will cover immigration health issues, movement of health care professionals, and issues with the brain drain of physicians from developing countries. The disease implications caused by the movement of people will also be discussed.

The Historical Contributions of India to Modern Medicine

Saturday, 4/24/2010
8:15-9:15 a.m.
Faculty: Udaya B. Prakash, MD, MACP

This Meet the Professor course will discuss the historical contributions of India to Western Medicine. It will combine not only history, much of which is little known to many physicians, as well as a fascinating medical/historical quiz.

This workshop is the second in a planned multi-year series presented under the sponsorship of the International Council, on "Contributions of Multiple Global Cultures to Modern Medicine".

More information on Internal Medicine 2010



Final Notice for Membership Renewals

If you have not yet renewed your membership for 2009-2010 membership year, please visit www.acponline.org/paydues. All benefits and services will be reactivated upon receipt of membership dues. Thank you!




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