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Abstract Review Board

The American College of Physicians invites you to volunteer to review abstracts submitted by medical students and residents/fellows for the 2015 National Abstract Competitions.

We offer five submission categories:

  • Basic Science Research
  • Clinical Science Research
  • Quality Improvement and Patient Safety
  • High Value Care
  • Clinical Vignette

If you volunteer to review, you will be directed to a URL on our website to view/print, and grade your abstracts. You will be assigned to approximately 35 abstracts and will have 4-5 weeks to review them. The reviewer process begins in mid-December.

Volunteer

If you are interested in participating in future competitions, please e-mail us at abstracts@acponline.org to indicate your availability.

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