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Philadelphia, April 29, 2015 -- The American College of
Physicians (ACP) will honor six chief residents as winners of the
Herbert S. Waxman Chief Resident Teaching Scholarships at Internal
Medicine Meeting 2015, the annual scientific meeting of the
American College of Physicians. The winners will be onsite in
Boston to help teach popular clinical skills workshops at the
Herbert S. Waxman
Clinical Skills Center under the guidance and mentorship of
expert faculty at the meeting.
The Waxman Center at the Internal Medicine meeting provides
hands-on, small group learning opportunities in the areas of
communication, physical diagnosis, and hospital and office-based
procedural skills. Workshops include ultrasound-guided invasive
procedures (central line, paracentesis, and lumbar puncture),
arthrocentesis and bursal injections, skin biopsy and cryosurgery,
and abscess incision and drainage.
Winners of this year's National Resident Abstract Competition
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