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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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The American College of Physicians is honored that many of our
Medical Student and Resident/Fellow Members demonstrate academic
excellence and leadership so early in their medical education and
During ACP's Internal Medicine 2014 meeting, taking place April
10-12 in Orlando, Florida, the College will recognize and celebrate
more than 700 students, residents/fellows, and early career
physicians who have shown distinction by being selected in one of
the following categories:
In addition to highlighting ACP's Young Achievers, the College
will introduce a new logo and tagline, "Leading Internal Medicine,
Improving Lives" at Internal Medicine 2014. ACP's Young Achievers
demonstrate the attributes underlying this tagline, and represent
the excellence we hope all members achieve in their careers as
physicians and leaders in their communities.
April 2014 Issue of IMpact