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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 most comprehensive meeting in Internal Medicine.
April 11-13, 2019
Internal Medicine Meeting 2019
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Pleasant greetings to you! On behalf of the Council of Student
Members (CSM), I'd like to take this opportunity to welcome you to
what promises to be another fantastic year in the field of internal
medicine for patients, students, and practicing physicians.
Established in July of 1998, the CSM is the thirteen-member
national committee of medical students that seeks to address the
needs of medical students and represent the interests of all ACP
Medical Student Members. We place a great deal of attention on
promoting the benefits of ACP Medical Student Membership and
increasing medical student awareness about the importance of
pursuing internal medicine as a career choice and as an eventual
This year holds so many exciting developments for our specialty
as the nation implements the provisions of health care reform,
considers new ways to increase our primary care physician
workforce, and strives to tackle issues in graduate medical
education funding. In addition ACP is seeking a permanent fix to
physician reimbursements cuts through Medicare. ACP and its Medical
Student Members play an important part in these health policy
issues. More specific to medical students, the CSM is working hard
daily to ensure that you are made aware of all available resources.
These range from securing funding for your Internal Medicine
Interest Group through our IMIG Sponsorship Program, to involving
yourself in your local state chapters to connecting with a
physician mentor at your medical school or within your local
We encourage you to get more involved with ACP! Connect with us
on Facebook and learn more about what our organization offers all
25,000 of its Medical Student Members. This includes resources for
succeeding in your internal medicine junior clerkship and even
finding information on all internal medicine residency programs
throughout the country. We warmly welcome any ideas that you may
have regarding how we can better improve the offered resources to
make them of more valuable use to you.
Benefits for Medical
Earl Stewart Jr., MS-IV
Southern Region Representative
ACP Council of Student Members
November 2012 Issue of IMpact