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Meetings and Events


Ambulatory Practice Patient Family Engagement

Maryland Primary Care Program Update

Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) Updates

CMS Region III Upcoming Webinars for the Quality Payment Program

Meetings and Events

2019 Annual Chapter Scientific Meeting

February 1-2
Turf Valley Resort and Conference Center
Ellicott City
Please contact Maryellen Woodward with questions.

Meeting Brochure

Register Online Today!

Register for the Chapter Meeting

Register for the Internal Medicine  Update SEP Module

Register for the Hospital Medicine Update SEP Module

Register for the Ultrasound Workshop

Claim Your CME credits for the 2019 Maryland Chapter Meeting - Note: Link will not go live until after the meeting has been held.

Claim Your MOC points for the 2019 Maryland Chapter Meeting - Note: Link will not go live until after the meeting has been held.  MOC points must be claimed by December 31, 2019.

Richard B. Williams American College of Physicians Medical Student Conference for Mid-Atlantic Chapters

March 2
Harbor Hospital

Come join us for this popular and informative event (formerly known as the Medical Students' Steps to Success program)!
Please contact Maryellen Woodward with questions.

Medical Students Abstract Competition

Deadline for submissions: February 23, 2019

Abstract Submission Form

Please refer to the Guide to Preparing for an Abstract Competition for tips on how to organize your abstract.

Poster instructions

2018 ACP Maryland Chapter Profiles in Excellence Video

2018 Profiles in Excellence Awardees

2018 Mulholland-Mohler Abstract Competition Winners

The winning abstracts have been featured in the Journal of Community Hospital Internal Medicine Perspectives (JCHIMP).

Back to the Bedside: A Call to Arms
Presentation by Jack Ende, MD, MACP

Photos from the 2018 Mulholland-Mohler Abstract Competition
As always, this was a very successful event.  Thanks to Saeed Khan, MD for taking photos to preserve the event!  Please take a few moments to enjoy them.

2018 Medical Students Steps to Success Recap and Photos

2018 Doctor's Dilemma Recap

Maryland Chapter Receives 2018 Chapter Excellence Award

The award recognizes chapters which successfully meet the standards for managing a chapter. In order to achieve the Chapter Excellence Award, chapters must meet all basic criteria and ten optional criteria. Criteria include such activities as formulating an effective Governor's Council and committees, communicating frequently with membership, providing educational opportunities, recruiting and advancing members and celebrating membership through local awards.

Regional Provider Meetings for Primary Care

Maryland Primary Care Program Link

Chief Residents Association of Baltimore (CRAB) Co-Chairs

CRAB December 2018 Newsletter

CRAB Activities for 2018-2019

CRAB Archive

Medical Student Events

Practice Transformation Network

Past Chapter Events

Physician Wellness and Combating Burnout Dinner Meeting

Medical Student Bowling Social
What a great way to relax and enjoy your colleagues! Take a moment to learn what happened at the medical student bowling social.

"Nuts & Bolts" for Poster/Abstract Writing & Presentation for Residents and Medical Students
This was a great event, and thanks to all who participated!

Recap on Workshop on Creating Abstract Presentations


Chesapeake Regional Information System for Our Patients (CRISP)

Learn about CRISP, Maryland's state designated health information exchange (HIE)

Student Committee Video on Community Physicians in Internal Medicine

The Chapter's Medical Student Committee developed a wonderful video highlighting some of our ACP members who work in the community and the various facets and opportunities in Internal Medicine. Please take a few moments to read about it.

Governor's Newsletters Archive