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The annual ND Chapter Poster Competition and Doctor’s Dilemma medical Jeopardy competition were held on Thursday, October 7, 2021. Please check out all posters that were submitted in each category.
The winners in each category are:
First Place – #6 Asymptomatic Preoperative COVID-19 Screening: A Single Center Study, Stacy Ploom
Second Place - #3 Outcomes in Malignant Pleural Effusion Treatments: An investigation into length of stay, survival rates, and dyspnea scores in patients receiving indwelling pleural catheters, talc pleurodesis, or both.
Megan DeVillers, Zachary Mohs, Stephanie Ziegler
ACP Clinical Vignette – Medical Students
First Place – #10 Fatal Case of Liver and Brain Abscesses due to Fusobacterium nucleatum, Nadia Toumeh & Megha Mudireddy
Second Place - #14 Scurvy, Presenting with Geographic Tongue, Matthew Kretschmar & Erika Mojica
ACP Clinical Vignette – Residents
First Place – #5 Giant Cell Arteritis and Mesenteric Ischemia, Katrina Lybeck
Second Place - #2 A Case of Missing Pill-Iron Pill Aspiration, Vinita Vaidya
*ACP First Place Winners will be eligible to participate in the national abstract competition in April in Chicago, IL. Only first authors may present at National ACP.
Special thanks to our judges for volunteering their time and expertise:
Dr. Ron Ottenbacher
Dr. Siddharth Singhal
Dr. Mahammed Khan Suheb
Dr. Tze Shien Lo
Dr. Kim Hammer
Dr. Nayan Desai
The Doctor’s Dilemma winning team is:
*Three players from the winning team will be eligible to compete at the national ACP Doctor’s Dilemma competition.
Thank you to Dr. Riley Clark for hosting the Doctor’s Dilemma competition!
Congratulations to everyone! Thank you again for participating!
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