You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.

You are using an outdated browser.

To ensure optimal security, this website will soon be unavailable on this browser. Please upgrade your browser to allow continued use of ACP websites.

You are here

Chapter News

Colorado Chapter New Fellows

(July 2021) Congratulations to the following members of our Chapter who recently became ACP Fellows:

  • Nantida Hong, MD FACP
  • Elma Kreso, MD FACP
  • Christina M Lang, MD FACP
  • Matthew J Moles, MD FACP

Colorado Chapter launches High Value Journal Club

(June 2021) Dr. Marianne Novelli and Dr. Mugabe Walker have taken the lead role in launching a new initiative for our Chapter. We held the first virtual high-value journal club meeting on June 8th. This will be a monthly event on the second Tuesday of the month (5:30 – 6:00pm). This activity will provide a time-efficient review and discussion of 2 or 3 articles relevant to primary care. Articles are sent to our membership ahead of time. Please join us!


Resolution Authored by Our Chapter Passes BOG

(April 2021) A resolution authored by our chapter and based on a poster presented by two medical students at our 2020 annual chapter meeting was passed at the April Board of Governor's meeting! The resolution had to do with promoting medical care for non-detained asylum seekers, and was primarily authored by the two RVU students who submitted the poster – Taylor Harp and Kailey Stiles. The resolution was co-sponsored by the New Mexico Chapter and the ACP Council of Student Members.


ACP's Online CME & MOC Learning Center adds information on state-specific CME requirements

(Spring 2021) Wondering about Colorado's CME requirements? You can now visit the Online CME & MOC Learning Center and click on the "State CME Requirements" tab to learn all about what you need to do. Note: You must be logged into your ACP Online account to access this information.


Denver Post guest commentary article by Dr. Christie Reimer - "Colorado doctors need research to help them prevent gun deaths"

(June 2019) Dr. Reimer's article provides insight and perspective on the importance of doctors having more data and information regarding gun-related violence and the value of that research. Read the article