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ACP offers a number of resources to help members make sense of the MOC requirements and earn points.
Understanding MOC Requirements
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April 11-13, 2019
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Congratulations to the Alaska Chapter Governor-Elect, Molly B.
Southworth, MD, MPH, FACP. She will start her four-year term as
Governor in the Spring of 2013. As Governor, Dr. Southworth will
serve as the official representative of the College for the Alaska
Chapter, providing a link between members at the local level and
leadership at the national level. In the meantime, Dr. Southworth
will be working closely with Dr. Bundtzen, the current Governor,
and College staff to learn about the College and her duties as
Governor. To learn more about Dr. Southworth, below is his bio and
vision statement for the chapter.
DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH 08/18/1952 Duluth, MN; EDUCATION: Oberlin
College BA, chemistry 1974; Case Western Reserve University School
of Medicine, MD, 1978; University of Washington School of Public
Health and Community Medicine, MPH, 2004; POST DOCTORAL TRAINING:
Residency, Internal Medicine, 1978-1981, University of Washington;
Fellowship, Endocrinology and Metabolism, 1983-1985, University of
Washington. CERTIFICATION: Internal Medicine, 1981; Endocrinology,
Metabolism and Nutrition, 1985. MILITARY (if applicable): NA;
PRESENT POSITION: Endocrinologist and Chief of Internal Medicine,
Alaska Native Medical Center, Anchorage, AK; ACP ACTIVITIES:
(include date of Fellowship) Fellowship May, 2008. Alaska Chapter
Volunteerism and Community Service Award, May, 2010. Leadership Day
participant 2006, 2008; CHAPTER INVOLVEMENT AND LEADERSHIP
ACTIVITIES: Alaska Chapter Council member 1997-present; Internal
Medicine Interest Group founder and faculty liaison with UAA/ WWAMI
Biomedical Program students, 2006-present; Community Based Teaching
representative; consistent attendance (occasional absences) at
Alaska Chapter Annual meetings since 1992; HOSPITAL/COMMUNITY
SERVICE: UAA/ WWAMI medical student teaching; faculty liaison with
Alaska Chapter ACP (UAA/ WWAMI is a part of the University of
Washington School of Medicine which serves as Alaska's medical
school through the WWAMI Program.) Former Alaska representative to
University of Washington School of Medicine Admissions Committee;
OTHER APPOINTMENTS: Fellow, American College of Endocrinology;
Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Washington
School of Medicine; Affiliate Associate Professor of Biomedical
Science, University of Alaska Anchorage/ WWAMI Program; AREAS OF
PROFESSIONAL INTEREST AND EXPERTISE: General Endocrinology;
Training Backgrounds of Alaskan Physicians and Impact of the WWAMI
Program (MPH thesis topic); delivery of health care to rural and
remote communities, specifically in the Alaska Tribal Health Care
System; cross-cultural delivery of health care in remote Alaskan