September is Women in Medicine Month!
In honor of Women in Medicine month this September, several resources and programs have been developed for your information and enjoyment. On ACP Online, you will find a special programs page dedicated to women in medicine that includes information on women leaders of ACP. A special podcast of a panel interview of women physicians at various stages of their careers is included in this section as well. You will also find links to past IMpact interviews with women physicians. On Tuesday, September 23, ACP will hold an informational luncheon with Dr. Barbara Turner, ACP Regent and Professor of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, who will discuss the changing landscape of women in medicine as well as her own experiences as a female physician in academic medicine. A review of the luncheon will be included in the October issue of IMpact. If you have any questions about ACP's celebration of Women in Medicine month, please contact Amy Allen-Collins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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