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Chapter News

ACP's Online CME & MOC Learning Center adds information on state-specific CME requirements

(June 2021) Wondering about Oregon's CME requirements? You can now visit the Online CME & MOC Learning Center and click on the "State CME Requirements" tab to learn all about what you need to do. Note: You must be logged into your ACP Online account to access this information.


Oregon Chapter Issues Statement Condemning Harassment and Violence against Asian Americans

(March 2021) The hatred, intolerance and violence of the Atlanta mass shooting targeting Asian American owned businesses and their employees demonstrates the danger and impact hate crimes have on entire communities. Sadly, we recognize that this tragedy is the worst, and yet only one, of the rising number of hate crimes against and harassment of Asian-Americans over the last year. Hate crimes are a public health issue that affect the safety of our communities and the wellbeing of our friends, neighbors, colleagues, and patients. As physicians, we must not be silent about the growing epidemic of hate and violence we have been witnessing over the last four years.

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Oregon Chapter Issues Statement Statement Against Sexual Harassment in Healthcare

(March 2021) The Oregon Chapter American College of Physicians condemns sexual harassment and assault. We recognize the importance of laws like Title IX and the responsibility that we have to advocate for institutional policies and cultures that honor the letter and the spirit of those laws. We also join the American College of Physicians in calling for Congress to pass H.R. 1620, the Violence Against Women (VAWA) Reauthorization Act of 2021. Our Chapter renews its commitment to supporting policies that reduce sexual misconduct in medicine, increase reporting, and ensure a safe and inclusive profession.

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Oregon Chapter Endorses Measures 108 & 110

(September 2020) The Oregon Chapter American College of Physicians condemns sexual harassment and assault. We recognize the importance of laws like Title IX and the responsibility that we have to advocate for institutional policies and cultures that honor the letter and the spirit of those laws. We also join the American College of Physicians in calling for Congress to pass H.R. 1620, the Violence Against Women (VAWA) Reauthorization Act of 2021. Our Chapter renews its commitment to supporting policies that reduce sexual misconduct in medicine, increase reporting, and ensure a safe and inclusive profession.

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