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Welcome to the American College of Physicians (ACP) family that
comprises over 31,000 Medical Student Members and 106,000 internal
medicine physicians! As the professional home for internal
medicine, ACP is the largest specialty organization in the United
States composed of members of diverse backgrounds from across the
country and around the world. ACP is committed to the future of
medicine, and as a medical student, you are at the center of the
As the Chair for the ACP Council of Student Members
(CSM), I am very proud of the emphasis the College places on
medical students. The CSM was established specifically to serve the
needs and represent our interests as medical students. As such, I
encourage you to communicate with us regularly. We want to hear
your stories, successes, needs, ideas, and passions. The CSM meets
regularly to discuss issues of particular importance to medical
students and communicate them to ACP leadership. Your input and
feedback are essential to CSM's mission to enrich your medical
school experience and empower you to thrive in your endeavors.
As a medical student, ACP has a tremendous number of resources
that you can use. MKSAP for Students 5 and Internal
Medicine Essentials for Clerkship Students are invaluable
tools to help ace your medicine clerkship and Shelf exams. In just
a few weeks ACP will introduce ACP Smart Medicine, a new
evidence-based clinical decision-support tool. ACP Smart
Medicine will be extremely useful for all your clinical
experiences as it delivers thorough coverage of internal medicine
content and provides succinct answers to clinical questions right
in the palm of your hand. If you are interested in advocacy and
health policy, ACP's Advocates for Internal Medicine Network
(AIMn) and annual Leadership Day event empower students to
advocate for health care policy issues. ACP's Advocate blog keeps
you current on events in Washington, DC, and the ACP Health Policy
Internship provides an extraordinary opportunity for hands-on
learning and active participation. To learn about additional ACP
resources, including the monthly IMpact newsletter,
JournalWise, and mentoring database, please visit the medical student section of the ACP
For internal medicine interest group (IMIG) leaders, ACP and the
CSM are here to help you. We pride ourselves on providing funding
and support for your IMIG to ensure a successful year. The CSM has
developed an IMIG
Leader Resource Guide that contains "best practices" collected
from IMIGs across the country. In addition, we will be holding an
IMIG Leader Webinar on September 26 at 7 p.m. to help you get the
year started and answer any questions you may have.
Each school is also assigned a CSM representative who is always
available to help.
Having been involved with ACP on the state and national levels
for over three years, I continuously see the excitement ACP has for
its Medical Student Members and its strong desire to help us
succeed in our medical training, career, and life. I am extremely
proud to be a Student Member of this great organization and I am
confident that you will discover that same pride as you interact
with ACP. On behalf of the CSM, I welcome you and look forward to
our interactions and your active participation. Please do not
hesitate to contact us if we can be of any assistance.
Chair, ACP Council of Student Members
Yale University School of Medicine 2014
August 2013 Issue of IMpact
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