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ACP offers a number of resources to help members make sense of the MOC requirements and earn points.
Understanding MOC Requirements
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April 11-13, 2019
Internal Medicine Meeting 2019
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Catherine Apaloo, MD, FACP is the program director of the
Internal Medicine training program at St. Vincent's Medical Center
in Bridgeport, CT. She is also the director of medical student
clerkships, a general internist and clinician educator. She holds
the rank of assistant clinical professor of medicine at the
University of Connecticut.
Dr. Apaloo's special areas of focus in resident education are in
ethics, end-of-life medicine and the approach to the different
generations of physicians in the workforce. She completed a mini
fellowship in palliative care education at Duke University Medical
School and also participated in the Program in Palliative Care
Education and Practice at Harvard University Medical School. She
has been involved in the project of Improving Residency Training in
End-of-Life-Care at the Medical College of Wisconsin sponsored by
the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.