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Awards, Masterships and Competitions
One of the goals of the American College of Physicians is to "recognize excellence and distinguished contributions to internal medicine." As a way of achieving this goal, the College offers 24 national awards and a number of Masterships each year.
General Deadline: July 1st
As established in 2014, for Mastership nominations, the Nominator supplies four letters of support (his or her nomination letter and three additional supporting letters) as well as the nominee's curriculum vitae with complete bibliography via the online submission form. For national awards nominations, the Nominator supplies three letters of support (his or her nomination letter and two additional supporting letters) as well as the nominee's curriculum vitae with complete bibliography via the online submission form.
The Awards Committee reviews all nominees at their yearly meeting and scores each individually. The nominees with the highest scores are recommended as candidates for awards and Masterships to the Board of Regents. The Board of Regents reviews the candidates and, if found to represent the highest standards of the College, approves the candidates. Approved candidates are informed by their Governors and formally presented their awards and Masterships at the annual Internal Medicine meeting approximately six months later.
|April 1||Richard Neubauer Advocate for Internal Medicine Award nomination materials due|
|April 1||Johnson Award nomination materials due|
|July 1||Nomination materials due for all other awards and Masterships - materials received after this date will be held for consideration in the following year's cycle|
|September||Awards Committee selects recommended candidates; Board of Regents reviews/approves candidates|
|November||Announcements made on ACP Online and via message to all nominators|
Visit our abstract competition hub page for details about eligibility, deadlines and requirements, categories, tips for writing an abstract and more. This page also features information about local abstract competitions, too.