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April 11-13, 2019
Internal Medicine Meeting 2019
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The Maryland, Virginia, DC, US Army, US Navy and US Air Force
Chapter hosted the Student Steps to Success program on April 26th
at USU. It was again an unqualified success with over 175 students
registered for this event. The program included an Internal
Medicine Panel on lifestyles, a breakout session on the match,
Success in the Clerkship and a mentoring luncheon. Simulation labs
as well as the Student Dilemma were offered during the afternoon
session with 10 teams from several different programs participating
in the dilemma. The abstract competition was once again very
successful, and we send out congratulations to the following award
winners. This year, a new event, the Ironman Competition, was
included during the meeting, and provided the students the
opportunity to test their skills in question review. We thank all
of the judges, mentors, and residents who participated in ensuring
that we had such a highly successful meeting. Special thanks to Dr.
Todd Gleeson, the event manager, who spent countless hours to
ensure that the meeting ran so efficiently.
Special congratulations to the following students:
Kailin Hsu, University of MarylandLower Self-Reported Medication Adherence is Associated with
Adverse Patient Safety Events in Chronic Kidney Disease
Jacob Jones, George Washington UniversityHealth Impact Assessment for High Volume Hydraulic Fracturing
Via Long Laterals in Livingston County, New York
Clinical Vignette Category
Jonathan Dewald, Ross UniversityChronic Budd-Chiari Syndrome with Hepatic Fibrosis, Ascites and
Ileofemoral Caval Thromboses
Jacob Alexander, George Washington UniversityA Thrombus to Remember: Portal Vein Thrombosis Treated with
Thrombolysis and Thrombectomy in a 68 Year Old Female
Iron Med Competition
Tie for overall winner (both students got 23 of 24 questions
Konstantin Inozemtsev (Saba University)
Surosh Nazeer (Ross University)
Student Dilemma winners
(out of a field of ten teams - UMMS, USUHS, Hopkins, EVMS, GWU,
Howard, St Agnes, Harbor, Good Sam, Union Memorial)
First place - University of Maryland
Second place - USUHS
Enjoy some photos from the event: