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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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If you are active in your local chapter, get involved nationally
by joining the ACP Council of Student Members (CSM). The CSM is
responsible for planning programs for the annual meeting for
medical students and providing a student perspective on current
issues impacting the field of internal medicine.
To be eligible you must currently be:
To be an effective council member you must commit
2009 – 2010 Open Seats: If you reside in one of
the regions listed below, consider running for an open seat in that
Central Region (includes IL, IN, IA, KY, and
Central Atlantic (includes DE, MD, NJ, PR, VA,
New England Region (includes CT, ME, MA, NH,
RI, and VT)
North Central Region (includes MI, OH, and
Pacific Region (includes AK, CA, HI, ID, MT,
OR, WA, WY)
How to Apply:
CSM candidates may be self-nominated. Council members serve one
to three year terms, depending on where they are in their medical
Nominees must submit a statement of candidacy, current
curriculum vitae (CV), and one letter of recommendation. The
statement of candidacy is a letter from the nominee indicating his
or her interest in joining the Council. This statement should not
exceed one typed page. To see a sample statement of candidacy,
The CSM encourages medical students to join the Council early in
their medical school careers and realizes that it may be difficult
for a first-year student to obtain a letter of recommendation from
a medical school professor who knows the student well. Therefore,
the letter of recommendation does not need to be written by an
internal medicine interest group advisor or a medical school
professor. The letter of recommendation may be written by a former
college professor, by an advisor from a leadership position that
was held prior to entering medical school, or by anyone else who
knows the nominee in such a capacity.
Nomination materials must be submitted via e-mail to email@example.com no later
than 11:59 p.m. on January 15, 2009. Materials
should be addressed to:
Maya Babu, Chair
ACP Council of Student Members
c/o Amy Allen Collins, Governance and Council Relations
The elections will be held in mid-February and candidates will
be notified of the results by early March. Each candidate will be
reviewed with neutrality to gender, race, and ethnic