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Volunteerism is the policy or practice of volunteering ones time
or talents for charitable, educational or other worthwhile
activities especially in one's community.
The ACP Maryland Chapter has a Volunteerism Group that
highlights the volunteer activities of our members. In addition,
the group helps members search for volunteer activities to become
more involved in their community.
Our goals are to:
Volunteering exemplifies the calling of medicine. It provides
opportunities to gain clinical expertise and problem-solving. It
also allows clinicians to support communities in need as well as to
improve the lives of patients while connecting with them in a
lasting and meaningful way.
Evidenced-based medicine has shown that volunteerism directly
affects medical students and residents clinical skills, attitude
and knowledge positively. In addition, it has been shown to have an
influence on the career choice of primary care specialties in
Please consider volunteering in your community and let us know
the types of activities in which you are involved. We plan to
feature a MD ACP Volunteer Profile periodically on the Chapter Web
site. In order to do this, we need volunteers to contact us as so
that we may profile your volunteer activities and organization.
Contact Chimene Liburd, MD, MBA,
FACP and Adriana Andrade,
MD, FACP with your information so that we may highlight your
We encourage our Maryland members to volunteer and to visit
Volunteerism Subcommittee Web site. It has a wealth of
information about opportunities and resources and facilitates
choosing activities specific to your interests. If you are
interested in finding out more about domestic and international
opportunities currently available, please go to the Web site and
Volunteerism Network Data Form.
Thanks for your support of the Maryland Chapter Volunteerism
Adriana Andrade, MD, FACPche5md@aol.com
Chimene Liburd MD, MBA, FACPaandrade@jhmi.edu