NYACP represents over 2,000 residents in New York. Your membership gives you access to career counseling, networking, education, advocacy and communication resources to assist you on your path to Internal Medicine.
|Resident Poster Winners|
Congratulations to the following NYACP Poster Competition Winners:
Resident/Fellow Clinical Vignette
1st Place: Tarek Ashour, MD - Rochester Regional Health System, Unity Hospital
(tie) 2nd Place: Matthew Clarke, MD - Richmond University Medical Center
2nd Place: Narmadha Panneerselvam, MBBS - Bassett Medical Center
1st Place: Hassan Alkhawam, MD - Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (Elmhurst)
2nd Place: Yasaman Eslaamizaad, MD - NYU Lutheran Medical Center
3rd Place: Zerelda Esquer, MD - Jacobi Medical Center
Resident/Fellow Patient Safety, Quality and Outcomes Measurement
1st Place: Christine Garcia, MD - Stony Brook University
2nd Place: Narasa Madam, MBBS - University at Buffalo
Congratulations to the following NYACP Dr's Dilemma Competition Winners!
Maimonides Medical Center Hospital
Saipriya Vasudevan, MD
Sichit Khanijao, MD
Vivek Kumar, MD
Are you a resident beginning your job search? Check out the new NYACP Career Link Job Posting page!
ACP Leadership Academy for Resident/Fellow Members
The ACP Leadership Academy for Resident/Fellow Members, in partnership with the American Association for Physician Leadership, offers discounted programming to assist you in professional development during the early stages of your career. Some of the resources include:
- Resume review services
- One-on-one career advisor sessions
- Courses on presentation skills, communications and negotiation
- Psychometric assessments
5 Financial Goals for Residents - published by the Weekend Edition of the AMA Morning Rounds
For most residents, managing finances is a top priority. Medical student debt combined with a limited income, housing costs and other bills can be stressful to manage when you’re so busy working. Fortunately, the major financial goals recommended for residents are fairly simple to understand. Read these five goals at AMA Wire.
Interested in being published in a Medical Journal? Check out AMA's: 9 Top Tips for Getting Published in a Medical Journal
As a new physician, getting your research published in a journal does more than just improve your CV. It also gives you the chance to share your ideas and experiences, educate others and establish yourself as an expert. But getting research published isn’t easy, so follow these tips from published residents and fellows and Edward H. Livingston, MD, deputy editor of clinical content at JAMA. Read more at AMA Wire.
Need a Mentor?
You can search the ACP database and find a mentor who can provide the guidance and information you need about your future in Internal Medicine. Mentors are College members, including Program Directors, Chairs of Medicine, practicing internists and residents. Be matched with one today!
Applying for a License in New York State
NYACP sponsors local abstract competitions that offer you an opportunity to compete with your peers from across New York State. You have the chance to collaborate with your program director, discuss your research or clinical experience and formally write an abstract for professional review. You can also include your submission on your CV as scholarly activity. The next NYACP Poster competition will be held on Friday, June 4th at the Hilton Hotel in Westchester, NY. Abstract submissions will be available online in December 2015.
- 2015 NYACP Poster Competition Book - Resident and Medical Student Forum - Syracuse, NY
- 2015 NYACP Poster Competition Book - Annual Scientific Meeting - West Harrison, NY
- 2014 NYACP Poster Competition Book - Resident and Medical Student Forum - Staten Island, NY
- 2013 NYACP Poster Competition Book - Resident and Medical Student Forum - Rochester, NY
- 2013 NYACP Poster Competition Book - Annual Scientific Meeting - Rye Town, NY
The Resident Advocacy Internship is a four week internship designed to give Residents hands-on experience in advocacy activities with a medical professional organization. Learn how to monitor legislation, analyze governmental policy relevant to public health as well as communicate with elected State appointed leaders. The elective is offered from January through June. Interested in public policy? Email us today!
Last Updated: 11.17.2015