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We are pleased to announce the Call for Abstracts for the 2013
ACP Pennsylvania Chapter Western Region. The competition will be
held Saturday, November 2, 2013 at the Shadyside Hospital in
This competition is limited to Resident/Fellow Members and
Medical Student members of the ACP Pennsylvania Western Region
ONLY. If you do not know your Pennsylvania Chapter
region assignment, please check the zip
Only THREE abstracts can be submitted per first author, and you
may not submit more than two abstracts in any category. First
author and presenter must be an ACP Resident/Fellow Member or
Medical Student with current membership status. If you are not
currently an ACP member, residents
can join at online.
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.
Word limit is 250 words for Clinical Vignettes and 400 words for
Quality Improvement and Research. The deadline for entries
is August 25, 2013. Please use the online abstract forms
clinical vignettes or
research or quality improvement for all submissions. Abstract
submissions will be accepted July 25 through August 25, 2013.
Please note the following:
Deadline for entries is August 25, 2013.
We are very fortunate to have both Dr. Andy Adams and Dr. Jen
McComb chairing this wonderful competition. I also want to thank
Dr. Tom Grau for offering the Shadyside Hospital for this year's
We look forward to your participation! It is a great event.
G. Alan Yeasted, MD, FACP
Governor, ACP Pennsylvania Chapter Western Region
Tom Grau, MD, FACP
Associate Program Chairgrautc@upmc.edu
Andrew Adams, MD, FACP
Chair, Abstract Competitionsaadams1@wpahs.org
Jen McComb, MD, FACP
Chair, Medical Jeopardy Competitionjengonzalez02@hotmail.com