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Understanding MOC Requirements
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April 11-13, 2019
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The American College of Physicians formed the National Council of Early Career Physicians (ECP) in June 2005. An Early Career Physician Physician is defined as a physician member of ACP who is within 16 years of graduating medical school. The Maryland Chapter has formed its own Early Career Physician Council to address the special needs and interests of this group.
Our mission is as follows:
To enhance the professional development and quality of life for young physicians, fostering their involvement in College activities, and ensuring their needs are being met.
The goals of the Maryland Council of Early Career Physicians are as follows:
As Early Career Physicians, we represent the future of ACP and the field of internal medicine as a whole. Therefore, it is vital that we stay actively involved in College leadership and help influence the advocacy of the College and the future of this profession.
Some ideas for future seminars are:
Would any of these be helpful for you? Are you interested in working in the committee? Any suggestions, ideas, thoughts are welcome. Please contact us.
Sara Mixter, MD, Co-Chair
Nargiz Muganlinskaya, MD, FACP, Co-Chair
Sanjay Desai, MD, FACP, Advisor
April Fitzgerald, MD, FACP, Advisor