The ACP Internal Medicine Meeting 2023 is almost here!
We look forward to reuniting with our internal medicine colleagues from around the world next month.
If you are registered for the IMM and require a meeting invitation letter for your visa application, please complete the form. Note you must be logged into your ACP account and registered for the meeting to download an automated visa letter.
ACP continues to offer both in-person and virtual registration options for this year’s meeting. If you cannot join us in San Diego, your virtual registration will provide access to over 100 livestream sessions during the 3-day event, and access to all session recordings after the meeting. The deadline for delegation rates for international groups of 10 people (in-person or virtual) is March 31. Register today!
Don’t forget to include these timely scientific sessions, sponsored by the Global Engagement Committee (GEC), on your IMM23 agenda:
- Evidence-Based Medicine and COVID-19: Global Health Lessons: A Joint ACP and EFIM Session
- Improving Patient Health During Climate Crises
- Navigating Patient Engagement and Education in the Misinformation Era - sponsored by both the GEC and the Patient and Interprofessional Partnership Committee
As always, please consider joining us at the Global Reception on Thursday, April 27. We look forward to celebrating with you!
The College is proud to announce a new award, ACP Inspirational Global Member Award. This award recognizes two ACP Global Members annually, who have made distinguished achievements in internal medicine. Now accepting nominations through July 1, 2023. More information about this and other national awards can be found here.
In addition to information about the Meeting, this month's newsletter highlights newly elected international FACPs and a MKSAP19 Q&A regarding gastroenterology and hepatology.
Manager, Global Relations
We look forward to connecting with our internal medicine colleagues from around the world in San Diego, April 27-29, 2023!
ACP's Global Physician Scholar Program (GPS) provides opportunities for early and mid-career internal medicine physicians from outside the United States and Canada to participate in a four-week observership to enhance expertise in prevention, diagnosis, and/or management of clinical issues in Internal Medicine and the subspecialties.
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Explore an enhanced set of recently updated interactive POCUS modules in ACP's Online Learning Center.
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Also known as Medical Jeopardy, ACP Doctor's Dilemma® is held each year at the ACP Internal Medicine Meeting. Up to 50 teams of residents from ACP Chapters around the world compete for the title of national champion.
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ACP is pleased to announce the following newly elected International Fellows, who were recommended by the Credentials Committee and approved for election by the Board of Regents as of March 1, 2023.
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