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About the Chapter

Governor

Allen Repp, MD, FACP

Dr. Repp serves as the official representative of the College for the Vermont Chapter, providing a link between members at the local level and leadership at the national level. To learn more about Dr. Repp, read his bio.

Welcome Letter | Advisory Council | Past Governors

Awards

Vermont Chapter Receives a 2021 John Tooker Evergreen Special Recognition

The John Tooker Evergreen Awards Program provides recognition and visibility to chapters that have successfully implemented programs to increase membership, improve communication, increase member involvement, enhance diversity, foster careers in internal medicine and improve management of the chapter. The Vermont Chapter received a 2021 John Tooker Evergreen Special Recognition for their initiative, Green Mountain Medicine, a podcast from the Vermont Chapter of the ACP.

Student Abstract Competition Winners

Clinical Vignette: Kyna Donohue (co-authors Andrew Wilks and Shaden Eldakar-Hein), “Aseptic Meningitis Post Infliximab Initiation”
Research/QI: Alexa Pius (co-authors Ethan Jones, Levi Bonnell, Mayo Fujii, Charles MacLean), “Patient Experience with Opioid Pain Medication after Discharge from Surgery: A Mixed Methods Study.”

Resident Abstract Competition Winners

Clinical Vignette: Elly Riser (co-author Emily McPherson), “A Case of Pembrolizumab-Induced Myasthenia Gravis”
Research/QI: Benjamin Depo and Sundas Khan (co-author Andrew Hale), “Reducing Asplenic Sepsis by Infectious Disease-Guided Post-Splenectomy Care”

Award Archives

Laureate Awardees | Chapter Awards


Member News

Congratulations to Mark Levine, MD, MACP of Shelburne who has been awarded a Mastership. Those who receive Mastership are Fellows who have been selected because of "integrity, positions of honor, eminence in practice or in medical research, or other attainments in science or in the art of medicine." They must be highly accomplished persons demonstrating eminence in practice, leadership, or in medical research. Evidence of their achievements can come from many types of endeavors such as renown within their field and/or ACP chapter, research, education, health care initiatives, volunteerism, and administrative positions. They must be distinguished by the excellence and significance of his or her contributions to the field of medicine.


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