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ACP Maryland Chapter Members, Program Directors, and Interested Residents
Thursday, May 26, 2016, 8:30 AM (Poster set up)
St. Agnes Hospital, 900 S. Caton Avenue, 21229
Main Entrance and Alagia Auditorium
Featured Speaker: Mark Anderson, MD, PhD
Director, Dept. of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospital
Final Planning Meeting (at least one faculty representative requested from each program)
Monday, March 21, 2016, 6:30 PM
Dept. of Medicine, 6th Floor, St. Agnes Hospital
This meeting involves review of research abstracts for oral and paper presentations, as well as selection of the C. Lockard Conley Award.
Since we have reached our limit for posters as far as space and judges will allow, we asked that each resident SUBMIT ONLY ONE ABSTRACT for either the research or the clinical vignette categories. To allow as many residents as possible to attend, we hope that programs will plan a holiday coverage schedule. Word limit is 450.
Submission of Research Abstracts
Four different areas for research submission are included on the abstract form: Basic Science; Evidence Based medicine review (literature review of meta-analysis); Quality/Safety; and Clinical Research
Submission of Clinical Vignettes
The first name listed on the submission will be the name used in poster setups, material listings, etc. Program Directors should submit ALL approved ABSTRACTS to the following email address: Mdacp1@aol.com
For further information, you may email Maryellen Woodward, Maryland Chapter Staff, at email@example.com.