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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 Medical Education Resources Initiative for Teens (MERIT) is
a non-profit volunteer organization in Baltimore, Maryland which
aims to eliminate health care disparities by transforming Baltimore
City high school students into health care leaders through seven
years of academic, professional, and social support. Beyond SAT
prep, college admissions guidance, and summer internships, MERIT
creates a holistic support system to change the trajectory of
Scholars' lives. The program has been effective; last year, 100% of
seniors matriculated into four-year universities and juniors
improved their SAT scores by almost 6 times the national average.
To learn more,
read the Op-Ed published in the Baltimore Sun,
MERIT's Founder interviewed on WYPR, or visit our website.
MERIT is currently recruiting health care professionals to serve
as summer preceptors. Time commitment is one three-hour shadowing
session, once per week, for five weeks (June 29- July 31).
Preceptors must be in locations easily accessible via Baltimore
public transportation. If interested, email Tyler.Mains@meritbaltimore.org.
Founder and Executive Directorwww.meritbaltimore.org