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The Alaska Chapter ACP sponsors a dinner each fall with the
first year class of Alaska WWAMI students. The students are invited
to the dinner with an equal number of practicing internists
(generalists and sub-specialists) at a local Anchorage
Students are urged to sign up as ACP student members, and as ACP
Advocates for Internal Medicine. The students introduce themselves,
and the physicians are each asked to tell a brief story about a
formative event in their career as an internist - one that expands
on the theme "what is an internist, and what differentiates
internal medicine from other disciplines in medicine."
The students are informed of the other Alaska Chapter ACP
student interaction opportunities that are available including: a
work life balance dinner at a members home and Journal Club.
Students are also encouraged to consider a mentoring relationship
with one of the physicians in our Chapter.
This program was started in 2001 and has resulted in a greatly
expanded Alaska Chapter ACP student membership, increased student
input to the chapter, and has also enlarged the base of student
participation in the ACP Advocates for Internal Medicine Network.
It is our hope that ultimately, interest in internal medicine
careers will be stimulated as well.
Please contact the Chapter's Governor, Molly Southworth, MD,
FACP via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more