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Please join MA ACP with a panel of physicians and an immigration lawyer for an exclusive Q&A session. They will share their knowledge, experience, and advice.


  • Are you an IMG in internal medicine or its subspecialties on a J1 visa?
  • How do you approach and navigate your job search while you’re on a J1 visa?
  • How is this different post residency compared to post fellowship?


  • Dr. Prarthna Bhardwaj, Hematology Oncology, UMass Chan – Baystate, MA (Moderator)
  • Dr. Camille Edwards, Hematology/Oncology, Boston Medical Center, MA
  • Dr. Aalok Khole, Infectious Diseases, Cheshire Medical Center, NH
  • Dr. Raghuveer Rakasi, Hospital Medicine, Baystate Medical Center, MA
  • Ms. Elissa Taub, Immigration Lawyer Partner, Siskind Susser, TN

This event is sponsored by the Council of Residents and Fellows and Early Career Physicians of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American College of Physicians (MA ACP)

Moderator: Elisa I. Choi, MD, FACP, FIDSA, Governor, MA Chapter, American College of Physicians (ACP)


  • "He for She"

Facilitators: George Abraham, MD, MPH, FACP, FIDSA, President, American College of Physicians, Judith A. Melin, MA, MD, FACP, Governor-elect, Massachusetts Chapter, ACP & Michael Rosenblum, MD, FACP, Chair, Internal Medicine, Ross University School of Medicine.

Practical considerations for developing and sponsoring women as leaders in medicine.  Please join us for a robust discussion highlighting practical considerations for developing and sponsoring women as leaders in medicine.

  • Clinicians, early career Junior Faculty & parents with young children: Make Your Contributions Count

Facilitators: Harriet Bering, MD, MACP, Former Chief of Hematology/Oncology at Harvard Vanguard; Linda Habeeb, MD, FACP, Internist, Cape Cod Healthcare & Mary Y. Lee, MD, MS, MACP, Professor of Medicine, Tufts University School of Medicine.

You are interested in future leadership—how do you start preparing? Is your work aligned with your goals & values? Does your resume/portfolio fully reflect your contributions? Have you framed your contributions in line with departmental/institutional goals? How can you enhance peer coaching & mentoring? We encourage you to bring your CV.

  • Resident/Fellows/Students

Facilitators: Kathryn Jobbins, DO, FACP, Internist, Baystate Health & Joel Popkin, MD, MACP, Director of Special Services, Internal Medicine Residency St. Vincent Hospital.

How can you navigate your training and school curriculum to develop opportunities for future leadership? How can you find mentors/advisors/sponsors? What are some resources you can access? How can you become more involved in advocacy? How do you minimize/avoid "burnout" and increase your empowerment? We welcome Resident physicians, Fellow physicians, and medical students, to join us for an engaging discussion of how to start your leadership journey.

  • Hospitalists

Facilitators:  Lauren Doctoroff, MD, MBA, FHM, FACP, Medical Director of Utilization Management, Beth Israel Deaconess & Joseph M. Li, MD, MACP, Hospitalist, Beth Israel Deaconess

You are a hospitalist, but your clinical schedule and workload feels overwhelming, and you want to be more than a "resident replacement". How can you gain traction in future and potential leadership opportunities despite the hospitalist schedule demands? Join us for an interactive dialogue on how you can achieve physician leadership roles despite working intense inpatient weeks on service. We look forward to assisting you achieve your leadership goals.

Report out and wrap up

*Please note that the breakout rooms were not recorded but there is a “report out” at the end of the webinar.

This event is sponsored by the MA ACP Leadership Development for Women in Medicine Committee

Applying to Residency: Mastering the Interviews & Discovering Where You Belong

Now that you are either done or have already submitted the ERAS application, are you wondering about the next steps? How do you prepare for residency interviews? What kind of questions will the interviewer ask? What are they looking for? How do you know if you will fit in the program? Please view the discussion with a panel of Internal Medicine program directors and residents. They share their knowledge, experience, and advice.


  • Dr. Katie Jobbins: Associate Program Director, UMMS-Baystate
  • Dr. Taimur Dad: Associate Program Director, Tufts Medical Center
  • Dr. Craig Noronha, Associate Program Director, Boston Medical Center
  • Dr. Robert Le: Resident, UMASS
  • Dr. Yuvaraj Singh: Resident, St. Vincent Hospital
  • Dr. Alyssa Cali: Resident, UMMS-Baystate

This event was sponsored by the Council of Student Members and the Council of Residents and Fellows of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American College of Physicians (MA ACP) and funded by the ACP Chapter Development Grant Program.

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