National Abstract Competitions Volunteer Opportunities
The American College of Physicians invites you to volunteer to review abstracts and/or judge posters submitted by medical students and residents/fellows for the 2016 National Abstract Competitions.
Abstract Review Board
We offer five submission categories:
- Basic Science Research
- Clinical Science Research
- Quality Improvement and Patient Safety
- High Value Care
- Clinical Vignette
If you volunteer to review abstracts, you will be directed to a URL on our website to view/print and grade your abstracts. You will be assigned to approximately 35 abstracts and will have 4-5 weeks to review them. The reviewer process begins in mid-December.
Poster Judging at ACP Internal Medicine Meeting 2016
Volunteers are needed to judge the National Poster Finals at ACP Internal Medicine Meeting 2016. Last year, more than 3,000 abstracts were submitted for consideration. The approximately 600 posters that will be on display, along with the 30 oral presentations, represent the best of the best. We hope that you will have some time during the Internal Medicine Meeting to act as a poster judge and be part of this exciting program.
If you are interested in participating, please log in and complete ARB/Poster Judge RSVP form.
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