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Robert C. Pendleton, MD, FACP, ACP Governor
Greetings to all members of the Utah Chapter of the American College of Physicians:
I hope that you and your families had a wonderful and safe Holiday Season. It is hard to believe that 2015 is already well underway- a year that holds great promises to be an incredible one! I wanted to provide an update of activities already well underway:
Lastly, your Utah ACP leadership council is committed to making 2015 a banner year in how ACP can help to enrich your professional practice. We welcome your thoughts, comments, and interest.
Bob Pendleton, MD FACP
Many enhancements have been made to the Utah Chapter Annual Scientific Meeting thanks to your suggestions. In addition to the usual multitude of great talks, this two day event will feature:
You won't want to miss this - Click here to register or view the full conference agenda.
Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to provide comments regarding the fall resolutions. By providing your feedback on the Board of Governors resolutions, you have helped to shape College policy that impacts the practice of internal medicine. You can see how our chapter voted and the results of the resolutions.
We will request your feedback regarding the resolutions that will be heard at the spring 2015 Board of Governors Meeting. An email will be sent separately with a link to a survey where you can cast your votes as soon as available.
The Residents and Fellows Committee has put together another wonderful event. There were tremendous accomplishments achieved by our housestaff and medical students this year. A total of 8 posters highlighting fascinating cases seen at all 3 institutions, with 1 original research submission.
You can view all the posters here.
First place winners were Anees Daud, MD (clinical) and Sonja Raaum, MD (research). The runner-up for clinical was Devin West, MD. After much debate by our judges it was decided that Sonja Raaum would be the grand prize winner; Sonja will be joining Craig Robison, MD and our leaders to present their cases at the 2015 ACP National Meeting to be held in Boston, Massachusetts.
Thank you to all who entered and a special thanks to Hannah Bell, MD; Joshua Labrin, MD; and Karli Edholm, MD for taking time out of their busy schedules to judge this event. Last but not least this event couldn't be done without the time and leadership devoted each year by Scott Woller, MD; Kencee Graves, MD, and Juliana Desmarais, MD Utah Chapter ACP Resident & Fellow Committee - thank you!
Submissions for the spring clinical vignette competition will be opening in the coming months. Stay tuned for more information.
We invite you to recommend ACP membership to your colleagues and earn a significant discount on your membership dues or even free membership!
If you recruit a new member between now and March 15, 2015 you will receive the following credit toward your 2015-16 dues:
Bonus - For every member recruited within the promotional period you will also be entered into the grand-prize drawing for a trip to Internal Medicine 2016 in Washington, DC. That includes registration, airfare (up to $500), and four days of hotel accommodations.
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