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ACP is pleased to announce new ACP resources available to international members! All international members have unlimited access to four (4) ACP Internal Medicine Meeting 2017 Scientific Session Recordings. Two of the recordings will be available for view November 10-December 31, 2017. Two different Internal Medicine Meeting 2017 Recordings will be made available January 1-February 28, 2018.
Presented by Martin Samuels, MD, MACP, Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School, this 60-minute update session presents and analysis of 6 to 12 of the year's most important published papers in neurology with an emphasis on the impact of this new information on the care of patients.
Please follow registration code instructions to access recording.
Access to this recording expires on December 31, 2017.
Presented by 4 distinguished faculty, this 90-minute session provides concise, evidence-based answers to specific yet difficult, complex, or controversial patient management problems in each of these topic areas commonly faced by internists.
Please note that a communication will be sent on January 1, 2018 with new access instructions for recordings #3 and 4. Information will also be distributed in the January 2018 International Newsletter.
ACP hopes that these recordings not only provide a great resource to our international members, but also provide insight regarding the quality and content of ACP's scientific programs to those who have not attended an ACP Internal Medicine Meeting.
Back to the November 2017 issue of ACP International