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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
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Neeral L. Shah, MD, is an assistant professor of Medicine in the
Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the University of
Virginia (UVA). He is board certified in Internal Medicine,
Gastroenterology, and Transplant Hepatology. He has been a leader
in the inception and development of the new system-based curriculum
at UVA called the NxGen curriculum.
Dr. Shah is also associate program director for the Internal
Medicine Residency, associate program director for the Transplant
Hepatology Fellowship, and part of the Committee on Resident
Education in Internal Medicine. He has been active at the state
level for ACP with the Virginia Chapter. He is currently
participating in research with an NIH-funded project to develop a
new device to study coagulation in liver disease patients. Dr. Shah
has over 50 articles, abstracts, book chapters, and review
articles. He was also recently awarded the UVA Dean's Teaching
Excellence Award and the Medical School Class of 2015 Student's
Teaching Award. Finally, in 2014 he was accepted into the Harvard
Macy Institute Program for Health Educators.
The Herbert S. Waxman Award was approved by the Board of Regents
in October, 2003. The late Dr. Waxman was ACP Senior Vice President
for Medical Knowledge and Education. The award recognizes an ACP
member who is an internal medicine interest group leader, clinical
clerkship director, program director, or faculty member who spends
a significant amount of time teaching medical students.