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We are pleased to announce the Call for Abstracts for the 2012
ACP Pennsylvania Chapter Southeastern Region.
This competition is limited to Associate (resident) and medical
student members of the ACP Pennsylvania Southeastern Region
ONLY. If you do not know your Pennsylvania Chapter
region assignment, please check the zip
No more than two submissions per person per category. First
author and presenter must be an ACP Associate or Medical Student
with current membership status. If you are not currently an ACP
can join at online.
Limit of one (1) entry per first author. Word limit is 250
words. The deadline for entries is August 13,
2012. Please use the online
abstract form for all submissions.
Abstracts will be accepted into three categories:
Clinical Vignette (reports of one or more cases
that illustrate a rare disease entity or an unusual clinical
presentation of an established disease), Research
(clinical and/or laboratory research, delineating a new
investigation into mechanisms of disease or consisting of a
detailed review of a clinical problem), and Quality
Improvement/Patient Safety. Refer to the
online guides on How to Write a Clinical Vignette Abstract and
How to Write a Research Abstract for more information.
Deadline for entries is August 13, 2012. Please
contact Nina Mingioni, MD, FACP at firstname.lastname@example.org or by
phone at 215-456-8226 if you have questions about the abstract
competition. Technical questions can be directed to John Derrickson.
Darilyn V. Moyer, MD, FACP
Governor, ACP Pennsylvania Chapter Southeastern Region