ACP Awards and Masterships: Nominate Your Heroes, Mentors, and Colleagues
The Awards Committee of the American College of Physicians invites your assistance in recognizing the accomplishments of distinguished individuals and organizations through the College's awards and Masterships. Nominations are now invited for the 2011-2012 awards cycle, which will end with the College’s bestowing a number of awards and Masterships during the Convocation ceremony at Internal Medicine 2012 in New Orleans, Louisiana. These awards recognize outstanding contributions in the practice of medicine, teaching, research, public service, leadership, and medical volunteerism. For more information about nominating someone you know for an award or Mastership, please visit Awards & Masterships.
For new nominations, five detailed supporting letters and a current curriculum vitae with full bibliography are required. The deadline for all materials is July 1, 2011. Special Note about the Johnson Award -- Please note that Johnson Award nominations require only three letters total plus CV and the deadline for submissions is April 1, 2011.
In keeping with ACP’s Diversity Policy, the Awards Committee requests that nominators consider a wide array of outstanding candidates including women, underserved minorities, other ethnic groups, and international members and colleagues. Nominations are especially welcome for the Loveland Award, Menninger Award, Rosenthal Awards, Outstanding Volunteer Clinical Teacher Award, Edwards Award, and the Eichold Award.
If you would like additional information, have questions about the status of nominations submitted previously, or would like to request a hard copy version of the Awards and Masterships booklet, please email the Staff Liaison for the Awards Committee at email@example.com.
On behalf of the Awards Committee, thank you for your support of the College’s Awards and Masterships program.
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