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Irene Hramiak, MD, FACP, ACP Governor
In early October, I attended the fall Board of Governors meeting in Montreal. Our American and international colleagues experienced the charm and great food that the city has to offer. It was interesting to note how many of our American colleagues were visiting the city for the first time!
As always, it allowed me to meet the other governors from Canada as well as our international governors from around the world. Ontario is one of the largest international chapters with a large representation from our medical students. For this reason, our chapter is participating in a student pilot project with the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. The International Internal Medicine Interest Group (IMIG) will be eligible to receive funding to coordinate activities for their medical student club and to promote the profession of internal medicine among medical students.
You are our best ambassadors for recruiting new members and students by detailing the advantages of ACP membership such as educational resources, high quality journals and the local and national ACP conferences.
There was an active discussion around creating a more active link to internists in a hospitalist practice in our clinical settings. I would be interested to hear back from you whether this is something that is a need in Ontario – email me at Irene.Hramiak@sjhc.london.on.ca.
I am pleased to announce that Dr. George Dresser has been named the Governor-elect Designee for the Ontario chapter! He is a clinical pharmacologist with research expertise in hypertension at Western University. He is known as an excellent teacher and has received many teaching awards for his role on the CTU. His term as Governor-elect begins in April 2018 with an overlap year and full duties to commence in 2019. My heartiest congratulations to Dr. Dresser!
At this busy time of year, I extend my best wishes for the holidays and urge you all to look after your personal health and well-being.
This year's annual meeting November 1-4, 2017 in Toronto was held in collaboration with the Canadian Society of Internal Medicine and was a great success. Thank you to the planning committee and to all the speakers for contributing to this success. And thank you to all those who attended, the feedback has been excellent.
The six Canadian Chapters of the ACP hosted a Canadian Doctor's Dilemma competition during the meeting. Eight teams from Canadian universities competed, including four from Ontario. After an entertaining and fast-paced competition, the University of Toronto (Dr. Yayi Huang, Dr. Eric Coomes, Dr. Chris Langlois) won first place!
Congratulations to all the residents and students who competed in the various abstract sessions:
1st - Dr. Steven Palanchuk, Université de Sherbrooke
2nd - Dr. Karen Geukers, McMaster University
3rd - Dr. Shannon Ruzycki, University of Calgary
1st - Dr. Nicola Goldberg, University of Toronto
2nd - Dr. Robert Puckrin, University of Toronto
3nd - Dr. Zahra Sohani, University of Toronto
1st - Dr. Marissa Laureano, McMaster University
2nd - Dr. Roy Khalifé, University of Ottawa
3nd - Ms. Sarah Malecki, University of Toronto
1st - Dr. Stephanie Gottheil, Western University
1st - Dr. Shannon Ruzycki, University of Calgary
2nd - Dr. Jane Kobylianski, University of Toronto
3nd - Dr. Erin Spicer, Western University
The ACP is pleased to offer time-limited access to four Internal Medicine Meeting 2017 Scientific Session Recordings to all international members. Two recordings can be viewed until December 31, 2017. The subsequent two will be available from January 1-February 28, 2018.
https://www.playbackacp.com/promos/freecourse (Access expires on December 31, 2017)
Please click here for other recordings from the 2017 Internal Medicine Meeting.
We hope you find these resources a great value. Join us in person and plan to attend the 2018 ACP Internal Medicine Meeting in New Orleans.
Michael Fine, MD
Michelle F. Haniff, MD
Nihal Haque, MD
Catherine A. Barry, MD
Vipan Nikore, MD, MBA
Allison C. Budd, MD
Nabeel Syed, MD
Sunita Narang, MD
Rishi Parihar, MD
Svyatoslav Kumanovskiy, MD
Dana Walters, BCh MD
Ghias Butt, MBBS
Kristen Marosi, MDCM
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Be an active part of this vibrant chapter! There are many volunteer opportunities on various committees –email your interests to Irene.Hramiak@sjhc.london.on.ca.
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