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April 11-13, 2019
Internal Medicine Meeting 2019
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Nation's largest annual gathering of internal medicine
doctors also features Patient Empowerment Expo hosted by ACP and
More than 6,000 internal medicine physicians, subspecialists,
medical students, and allied health professionals from around the
world will gather in Orlando for Internal Medicine 2014, the
annual scientific meeting of the American College of Physicians
(ACP), April 10 - 12 (Thursday - Saturday), at the Orange County
Convention Center. More than
200 sessions cover a broad array of clinical topics and health
care policy issues, including:
Internal Medicine 2014 also features sessions that look at
patient care through different lenses, such as "History of Medical
Care through 100 Great Art Works" and "Guidelines or Constitution?:
A Vignette from 19th-Century Medical Practice."
For the second consecutive year, ACP is partnering with Consumer
Reports to hold a Patient Empowerment Expo. The Orlando area public
is invited to come to the Hyatt Regency in Orlando on Saturday,
April 12 from 8:00 a.m. to noon to learn about recommended
screening tests, medical mistakes to avoid, and how to get the best
value for your health care dollar.
"The Expo is part of ACP's High Value Care initiative, which
includes helping patients become savvy consumers of what is
necessary, beneficial preventive care and what might be unnecessary
or even harmful testing," said Molly Cooke, MD, FACP, who is
completing her one-year term as ACP's president.
Internal Medicine 2014 includes national abstract competitions
for medical students and associate members. Finalists will compete
onsite in four categories: Clinical Vignette, Basic Research,
Clinical Research, Quality Improvement - Patient Safety. Oral
presentations take place on April 11 and 12. Winners of the poster
competitions will be announced on April 12 at 6:30 p.m.
On April 12 at 5:15 p.m., Internal Medicine 2014 Highlights and
the final round of Doctor's Dilemma take place. Clinician-educators
will share what they think are Internal Medicine 2014's most
important take-home messages. Then the "Final Four" teams remaining
in the Doctor's Dilemma competition — a fast-paced, Jeopardy-style
medical knowledge competition among students and residents — will
face off in the championship round. The winning team takes home the
Osler Cup — ACP's coveted trophy. This year marks the
20th anniversary of the Doctor's Dilemma. The
competition was the idea of ACP's Florida chapter in 1994.
During Internal Medicine 2014, David Fleming, MD, FACP, will
become president of ACP and Robert Centor, MD, FACP will become
chair of ACP's Board of Regents. Both terms are for one year.
Additional Resources for Reporters
The Internal Medicine 2014 Twitter hashtag is
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