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Saudi Arabia Governor's Newsletter November 2016
In this Issue:
- Congratulations to new ACP Master
- 3rd ACP Saudi Chapter and Internal Medicine Update
- Saudi Governor at Qatar Internal Medicine Conference
- Discounted Group Registration Rates for ACP Internal Medicine Meeting 2017
Maha M. Abdulaziz Al Saud, MD, FACP, ACP Governor
Congratulations to new ACP Master
Congratulations go to Dr. Khalid Qushmaq, MD, MACP, co-founder and first Governor of the Saudi Chapter of the ACP. The Board of Regents have approved the award of Mastership to Dr. Qushmaq for his achievements.
3rd ACP Saudi Chapter and Internal Medicine Update
The 3rd ACP Saudi Chapter and Internal Medicine Update will be held on 15 – 17 November at the KSAU-HS Convention Centre, Riyadh. The theme of the conference is anatomic pathology, with workshops for health professionals. The ACP Chapter meeting will be held at the same time. The conference is held in association with KAMC, MNG-HA and organised by the Chair of the Scientific Committee, Dr Salih Bin Salih, Chairman of the Department of Medicine, KAMC Riyadh Ministry of National Guard Health Affairs. For more information, visit the web page.
Saudi Governor at Qatar Internal Medicine Conference
Saudi ACP Chapter Governor, Dr. Maha Bint Mishari Al Saud, was invited to chair a mini-symposium on scientific advances in medicine at the 3rd Qatar Internal Medicine Conference. The three-day conference was held at Hamad General Hospital in Doha. The conference was endorsed by the American College of Physicians (ACP), Society of Hospital Medicine of USA, MTCC and Mediterranean Association for Study of Liver (MASL). It was also supported by the Royal College of Physicians of UK.
Discounted Group Registration Rates for ACP Internal Medicine Meeting 2017
For groups of 10 or more delegates who are planning to attend the ACP Internal Medicine Meeting 2017 in San Diego, CA, ACP offers a delegation/group discount. The guidelines require that one person organize the group, provide the registration forms, and submit one payment by check or credit card for the entire group. Not all participants need to be ACP members. Physicians from Saudi Arabia would pay Member-$527, Non-member-$799. This is a substantial discount from the regular registration rates.
More information is available.