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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
Internal Medicine Meeting 2019
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The Delaware Chapter wanted to celebrate the life and career of
a young ACP physician who succumbed to lymphoma in 2004. We formed
the Parag Bakshi’s Fellowship for international and underserved
community rotations in memory of Parag Bakshi, MD, a distinguished
internist and respected teacher in the Department of Medicine at
Christina Care. The objective of the program is to offer residents
from Christiana Medical Center to travel to underserved countries
and get acquainted with the system of medical practice in other
countries. All upper year internal medicine, internal
medicine-emergency medicine, and internal medicine-pediatric
residents who are ACP Associates are eligible apply. Up to 3
winners annually receive from $2000-$5000 to support the 4-6 week
international rotations in underserved areas.
The chapter has created a selection process by using a merit
based system for choosing residents. Upon return the residents are
required to provide an account of their experiences, activities,
and knowledge gained. Their reports are used by the chapter
leadership to guide members on how to effectively practice medicine
in less than desirable conditions and environments. To date, three
young physicians have traveled to Jalandhar, India, Guanajuato,
Mexico, and Buenos Aires, Argentina.
A request for fellowship applications is sent to all eligible
Associates every June, with winners announced by October 1.