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West Virginia Governor's Newsletter February 2019
In this Issue:
- West Virginia Chapter Meeting Wrap-up
- Save the Dates
- Year End Report of Chapter Finances
- Volunteers Needed for User Experience Feedback for Online Learning Center
- ACP Releases New Edition of Ethics Manual
- Upcoming ACP Leadership Academy Webinars
J. Thomas Dorsey, III, MD FACP, ACP Governor
West Virginia Chapter Meeting Wrap-up
Congratulations to Kelly Gannon MD, FACP, for chairing an excellent chapter meeting. We have a long list of winners and honors.
Joseph Shapiro MD, MACP- our most recent Master
Sarah Sofka MD, FACP and Kristin Helmick MD, FACP, our 2018 Laureate Award winners
Taking home awards for teaching
Britton McJunkin MD, FACP
Charles Carter MD
Charles Meadows MD
Joel Yednock MD FACP
Two members received Volunteerism awards
Ashley Zawodniak MD
Jo Reece M D FACP
Winning our Resident Doctor's Dilemma Competition was the team from Marshall, headed by Eva Tackett MD, FACP and Samson Teka MD, FACP. This team will represent our chapter at the National Meeting in April.
Winning bragging rights for the Medical Students was the team from WVU-Morgantown.
We had a record breaking amount of posters presented in our poster session. There were 120 entries.
Congratulations to our winners:
Research- Emily Fridenmaker, MD and Clinical Vignette – Andrea Stark MD
These two ladies will represent our Chapter at the National Meeting.
Research-YiWen Chen MD and Clinical Vignette- Matthew Lokant MD
Congratulations to all of our award winners.
Our Wellness Theme-”What Keeps Your Heart in Medicine”
Save the dates
IM PROUD 2019
ACP National Meeting in Philadelphia PA
Registration is FREE for all Medical Students
October 24-26 WV Chapter Meeting at Stonewall Resort
Year End Report of Chapter Finances
Accounting is holding about the same. After wrapping up the chapter meeting in October, our balance is $37,277.99. The total amount of registration fees and exhibitor fees taken in was $14,450.00. The total paid for the meeting was $19,897.70. Overall we had an overall profit of $4306.51 for the year and we ended with 1.39 years of reserves.
Volunteers Needed for User Experience Feedback for Online Learning Center
ACP's Medical Education Division is seeking volunteer members to participate in a brief (10 minute) user-experience feedback session related to web-based education redesign projects. As a thank you for participating, volunteers will receive a beautiful ACP-branded gift!
Volunteers will need a computer with internet access and a phone. Volunteers will need to have a ten-minute window available in January and February 2019, during Monday – Friday, between 9 AM – 5 PM Eastern. Interested volunteers should submit an email to Mandy Lawless, CME & Education Meetings. Further instruction will be sent via email to the first twenty (20) respondents.
ACP Releases New Edition of Ethics Manual
ACP released the seventh edition of its Ethics Manual on Jan. 15, published as a supplement to Annals of Internal Medicine and available online annals.org
New or significantly expanded sections of the ACP Ethics Manual include precision medicine and genetic testing, research and protection of human subjects, telemedicine, electronic communications, social media and online professionalism, electronic health records, and physician volunteerism.
A CME quiz and a MOC module are available for ACP members and subscribers to Annals of Internal Medicine.
For more information, please contact Lois Snyder Sulmasy, JD Director of ACP's Center for Ethics and Professionalism.
Upcoming ACP Leadership Academy Webinars
Preparing for Retirement: Creating a Happy and Healthy Transition
Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at 3:00 pm ET
In this one-hour webinar, Charlene M. Dewey, MD, M.Ed., MACP, will discuss how to plan for a transition into retirement. The session will focus on the four must-know topics on the retirement timeline: saving/budgeting; health care coverage; maintaining your health and wellness; and caring for yourself and other loved ones. Participants will engage in planning activities and have the opportunity to ask questions.
There is no cost