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Understanding MOC Requirements
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April 11-13, 2019
Internal Medicine Meeting 2019
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Yes, all first authors must be ACP Medical Student Members, Resident/Fellow Members, or Early Career Physician Members in good standing (dues paid) to submit an abstract. Co-authors listed on abstracts need not be ACP Members.
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The deadline to submit an abstract for the 2019 National Abstract Competitions varies:
The document blocks for the abstract text will accept approximately 450 words. Please note, the word limit DOES NOT include the title, authors, or references blocks.
No, the electronic abstract system will only accept text; therefore, images are not permitted.
Medical Students and Resident/Fellows can submit up to a total of six abstracts; two abstracts to the Clinical Vignette Competition and one abstract to each of the Research Competitions: Basic Research, Clinical Research, and Quality Improvement-Patient Safety, and High Value Care.
Early Career Physicians can submit one abstract per category: Clinical Research, High Value Care, Quality Improvement/Patient Safety, and Clinical Vignette.
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Yes, you will receive an e-mail notification that your abstract has been submitted successfully.
Yes, you can modify your abstract up until the abstract deadline. Be sure to save the changes before exiting the system.
Log in to the abstracts portal and hit the withdrawal button.
All first authors will be notified by February 1, 2019.
The ACP Internal Medicine Meeting 2019 will be held from April 11-13, 2019 in Philadelphia, PA
No, if you are selected for a podium or a poster presentation, ACP staff will register you for the meeting.
No, only first authors (those who submit the abstract) will be registered for the meeting and invited to present. If you cannot attend, you must forfeit your presentation.
No, you must submit your abstract separately to the National Competitions and your local Chapter Competitions. To find out more information, please visit your local chapter website.
For information on local abstract competitions, visit your Chapter Web site, or contact your ACP Governor.
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