NYACP represents over 2,000 medical students in New York. Together, we can help you define the right career path, participate in educational activities, connect with mentors and peers, learn the advocacy process and keep you up to date with social media and communications.
NYACP Resident and Medical Student Forum - save the date!
Competition Rules and Forms:
Annual Scientific Meeting
Congratulations to the following NYACP Poster Competition Winners:
Student Clinical Vignette
Resident/Student /Fellow Research
Medical Student Perspective: 10 Keys to Succeeding in Medical School - check out the feature article in the ACP's Impact!
10. Showing up counts. Body and mind wellness are more linked than we realize at times. More...
Medical Student Perspective: 10 Tips on How to Be Happy in Medical School
To some fellow medical students, happiness may be shrugged off as a weak emotion or a last priority. Other medical students would say that happiness is the key to making the medical school experience memorable and positive. I believe that to be happy is a wonderful feeling, and when I am happy, I am more efficient, productive, and enthusiastic. <<read more
Roadmap to Residency: Understanding the Process of Getting Into Residency
The AAMC has published an updated version of the Roadmap to Residency, a guide to preparing for and applying to residency. The publication outlines resources to help medical students find detailed information about residency programs, and includes data on specialties, when to take licensing exams, loan options, and the interview process. Read More
Understanding Internal Medicine: A Guide for Medical Students
What is internal medicine? How is it different from other specialties? How is internal medicine training structured? What are the internal medicine subspecialties? Explore ACP's free resource: Understanding Internal Medicine: A Guide for Medical Students for more details on these key questions that will aid you in deciding on your career path.
Which Career Path in Internal Medicine is Right for You?
These articles contain information about careers in Internal Medicine and is designed for medical and pre-medical students.
Need a Mentor?
If you have specific questions about scheduling your summer preceptorships, getting through the match, and preparing for clerkships and residency interviews, search the database and find a mentor who can provide the guidance and information you need. Mentors are College members, including Program Directors, Clerkship Directors, Chairs of Medicine, and practicing internists, and residents. Be matched with one today!
Find A Residency Program
Search this interactive residency database for information on all internal medicine, medicine-pediatric, and other combined programs in the United States and Canada. You must be an ACP member and log in using your ACP User name and password to access the database.
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.
- 2016 NYACP Poster Competition Book - Annual Scientific Meeting - Rye Brook, NY
- 2015 NYACP Poster Competition Book - NYACP Resident and Medical Student Forum - Syracuse, New York - New!
- 2015 NYACP Poster Competition Book - NYACP 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
- 2013 NYACP Poster Competition Book - Annual Scientific Meeting - Rye Brook
The NYACP Medical Student Advocacy Internship is a four week internship designed to give fourth-year Medical Students 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 6.8.16