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We are pleased to announce the Call for Abstracts for the 2015
ACP New Mexico Chapter Scientific Meeting, which will be held
November 5-7 at the Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown Hotel in
This is an ACP Resident/Fellow Members' and Medical Students'
competition. First author and presenter must be an ACP
Resident/Fellow Member or Medical Student with current membership
Students may apply for membership online. Resident/Fellow
membership is paid by the Department of Internal Medicine and
Medical Student membership is free. Only one submission per first
author is allowed, but there is no limit to the number of which you
may be involved. Abstracts submitted by Resident/Fellow Members can
be for oral or poster presentations. On the abstract submission
form, please select either oral or poster presentation. Abstracts
not selected for the oral presentation will automatically be placed
in the poster category. Abstracts submitted by Medical Students are
for poster presentations only. The word limit is 450 words.
Abstracts will be accepted into one of five categories: Clinical
Vignette (reports of one or more cases that illustrate a rare
disease entity or an unusual clinical presentation of an
established disease, Basic or Clinical Research (clinical and/or
laboratory research, delineating a new investigation into
mechanisms of disease or consisting of a detailed review of a
clinical problem), Quality Improvement/High Value Care (a project
in progress or completed project with results), or High Value
Cost-Conscious Care (projects that focus on: reducing waste in the
system (unnecessary testing and treatment or inappropriate setting
for care), minimizing harms (radiation exposure, medication side
effects), or improving patient care through communication
(incorporating patient values and concerns into care plans). Refer
How to Write a Clinical Vignette Abstract and
How to Write a Research Abstract for more information.
We highly encourage you to submit early to ensure your abstract
is received. You will receive an e-mail notification once your
abstract has been successfully submitted. Please use your most used
e-mail address when submitting the abstract. All communication
regarding the abstract competition will be sent electronically.
Abstracts can only be submitted electronically via the abstract form on the chapter Web site.
Alisha Parada, MD, FACP
and Patrick Rendon, MD,
FACP will also receive a copy of your abstract.
Deadline for entries is 11:59 p.m. MT September 4,
If your abstract is accepted for poster presentation:
If you have not yet registered for the meeting, please go to the
Web site and click on the
Register Online link. There is no charge for Residents or
Medical Students to attend the meeting.
You will need to register for the meeting. The meeting brochure
and registration link are available on the Chapter
Web site. There is no charge for Residents or Medical Students
to attend the meeting.
Please contact Alisha
Parada, MD, FACP or Patrick Rendon, MD, FACP with
questions about the abstract competition.
Eileen Barrett, MD, MPH, FACP
Governor, ACP New Mexico Chapter