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This abstract competition is open to all ACP Pennsylvania
Eastern Region Resident and Student members only. Note: You must be
a member of the ACP Pennsylvania Eastern Region to participate.
Competition will be held Saturday, November 9, 2013 at The
Commonwealth Medical College in Scranton.
The day will include poster presentations, Medical Jeopardy
(Doctor's Dilemma) competition, lunch and prizes. This is an
excellent opportunity to showcase your talents and to meet
informally with colleagues from other residencies in our
Abstract submission can be entered July 1 through August 8,
2013. You must use the electronic
submission form to submit an abstract.
The abstract categories include clinical vignettes (aka, cases),
quality improvement projects and clinical research projects. In
addition to all residents who are ACP members, medical students at
The Commonwealth Medical College (TCMC) and Penn State Hershey are
invited to submit abstracts. To become an ACP member, visit please
visit the residents
sites on the ACP Web site. Student membership is FREE.
The Medical Jeopardy competition will also be held during this
meeting. Only residents may enter this event. A separate
announcement will be sent to all Program Directors.
Word limit for all three categories is 300 words, excluding
title and author names.
Please follow these guidelines for abstract submission:
Sandhya Samavedam, MD
Competition Co- Chairsamavedams@thewrightcenter.org
Robert Paulino, MD