Upcoming Events

July 18

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
zoom


Women in Medicine Series
Part 3

Opportunities for Women in Medicine
Facilitator: Vasundhara Singh, MD, FACP

Panelists:
Susan Lee, MD, FACP
Camile Gooden, MD, FACP
Sunniya Khan, MD, FACP

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July 24

5:00  PM - 6:00 PM
zoom


Board Preparation with ACP|MKSAP ® 19 Questions: Part 1

Hosted by NYACP Early Career Physicians Committee
 

ACP|MKSAP has been the “go -to “source for board review and lifelong learning. Come learn with our own dynamic duo on the latest update in internal medicine using select questions from MKSAP 19. Whether you are studying for your initial ABIM board certification, board recertification, or simply want to stay abreast on the latest and cutting edge update on internal medicine, this session is for you.

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July 30

5:00  PM - 6:00 PM
zoom


Board Preparation with ACP|MKSAP ® 19 Questions: Part 2

Hosted by NYACP Early Career Physicians Committee
 

ACP|MKSAP has been the “go -to “source for board review and lifelong learning. Come learn with our own dynamic duo on the latest update in internal medicine using select questions from MKSAP 19. Whether you are studying for your initial ABIM board certification, board recertification, or simply want to stay abreast on the latest and cutting edge update on internal medicine, this session is for you.

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July 31

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
zoom


Small Feedings of the Soul: Readings and Reflections

This narrative medicine series provides a supportive space for physicians to explore the joys and struggles of their profession through engaging narrative pieces and insightful discussions with authors. It’s an opportunity to share personal experiences, reflections, and strategies in a welcoming environment.

This month, we will discuss experiences and coping strategies related to difficult outcomes.

Please note, this event is not recorded.

July's Theme:  Nobody Knows It But Me: Witnessing Bad Outcomes and How It Affects Us

Readings and Guest Authors
Alligator Hands by Dr. Jessi Gold
Birds by Dr. River Lerner

Facilitated by: Nandini Anandu, MD, FACP
Program Directors: Nandini Anandu, MD, FACP, Lynn Cleary, MD, MACP, and Cori Salvit, MD, FACP

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August 3, 2024

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Central Park
Pilgrim Hill area
BTWN E 72nd & E 73rd Streets
New York, NEw York


Let's Pedal Together 

Hosted by NYACP Manhattan District with the help of the NYACP Climate Change Task Force 
 

Bring your family and friends on Saturday, August 3rd, from 11:00am to 3:00pm. Meet at Pilgrim Hill (between East 72nd and 73rd Streets) in NYC’s Central Park at 11:00am and “gear up” for an enjoyable (two-hour) bike ride. After the ride, stick around for some well-deserved refreshments and networking. 

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August 15, 2024

5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Eisenhower park
Birches Area
East meadow, New York


NYACP Long Island Region 2nd Annual Back to School Mixer

Sponsored by: NYACP's Long Island Region and Long Island Against Domestic Violence 
 

More information coming soon!


 

sept 24

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
zoom


Listening to Taylor Swift—How We Tell Stories About Trauma: A Narrative Medicine Reflection on Trauma Informed Care

Sponsored by the NYACP Well Being Committee

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Daniel Pomerantz,
MD, FACP

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Megan Gerber, MD, FACP

Join us for an engaging and reflective session using two of Taylor Swift’s songs to explore experiencing or witnessing trauma and its lasting impact. This session will examine how we communicate about trauma and how it shapes our feelings and relationships.

It is open to anyone interested in exploring clinical experience through the medium of popular music. There are no prerequisites. You need no prior knowledge of music theory or popular culture (i.e. Taylor Swift trivia/“lore”). No prior writing experience is required.

Close Listening and Discussion:
We'll begin with an analysis of the songs "Epiphany" from Folklore and "Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve" from Midnights (3am Edition). Our discussion will focus on how the songs tell stories about and reflect on recent and remote traumatic experiences.

Reflective Writing and Sharing:
After our discussion, participants will engage in a reflective writing exercise. We will have time for interested writers to share their reflections with the group.

This session will not be recorded.

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Oct. 25, 2024

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Westchester Marriott
670 White Plains road
Tarrytown, NY 


Women in Medicine Series Part 4: Personal Branding

Name

Connie Newman, MD, MACP

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Registration Fee: $50 (includes lunch)

Join us for a conversation with Dr. Connie Newman on Personal Branding.

Your personal brand is authentic and rooted in integrity. It reflects your values, ethics, and commitment to excellence in healthcare. By staying true to yourself and your mission, you create a lasting legacy that inspires others to follow in your footsteps.

 

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