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Abstract Review Board

Thank you for agreeing to serve as a reviewer for the 2015 National Abstract Competitions. We hope you find reviewing the work of these promising young physicians and medical students a rewarding experience.

Resident/Fellow Member Abstracts

  • 22 Basic Research abstracts
  • 228 Clinical Research abstracts
  • 146 Quality Improvement/Patient Safety
  • 43 High Value Cost Conscious Care
  • 2,375 Clinical Vignette

Medical Student Abstracts

  • 32 Basic Research abstracts
  • 71 Clinical Research abstracts
  • 17 Quality Improvement/Patient Safety
  • 5 High Value Cost Conscious Care
  • 308 Clinical Vignette

Your assigned abstracts are now ready for review. Be sure to read the guidelines carefully before grading. Both the guidelines and the grading criteria are in the reviewer section of the electronic abstract system. As in the past, every abstract will be graded by a team of three reviewers. Once again, you'll notice the absence of author, co-author(s), and institution information on the abstracts. This feature was implemented as a direct result from reviewer feedback from past years.

Review Assigned Abstracts

To review your assigned abstracts, please log in to the Abstracts Portal using the user name and password you created for the "Members Only" sections of ACP online. Your scores should be submitted using the electronic abstract system on or before Tuesday, January 20, 2015.

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IM Essentials: Created by over 90 internal medicine clerkship directors, IM Essentials covers the key topics and concepts in the core medicine clerkship through textbook chapters and self-assessment questions.

Virtual Dx(SM): An online-only program that uses images and studies to challenge your diagnostic ability in a way that no textbook can.

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