Upcoming Events

August 27

1:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Randall's island wards meadow fields (70-75)


The IMG Event 2022

After the successful IMG event 2021 in Central park where more than 400 IMGs came to network, hang out, meet study partners, listen to residents, and program directors, and had exchanged cultures, knowledge, and foods while having an awesome picnic in Central Park and was even featured in the official ECFMG website! Now the 2022 IMG event is coming back to New York City!

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August 31

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Zoom meeting


Financial Planning Webinar: Money Talks

Sponsored by the Chapter's Early Career Physicians Committee, we hope you will join us for an informational webinar on financial planning and budgeting for Residents/Fellows and any member who wants to get insight on how to manage their money.

Faculty: Joshua Jimenez, MD and Navneet Khaira, MD

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Sept. 14

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Zoom


Advancement to Fellowship (FACP) Webinar

Name

John Hall, MD, FACP

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We hope you will join us for this informational session hosted by the Chapter's Early Career Physicians Committee! Are you interested in learning about ACP Fellowship? ACP’s New York Chapter invites you to join us for an exclusive Fellowship Information Session facilitated by John Hall, MD, FACP,  NYACP Governor for the Upstate Region. Dr. Hall will review the meaning of Fellowship, the requirements for attaining your FACP®, and the application process.

ACP Fellowship is a distinguished honor within the internal medicine community. The FACP credential carries significant value because it’s a peer-reviewed, peer-supported honor. ACP Fellows embody what it means to be part of the College through a demonstrated commitment to excellence, ACP, your colleagues, and especially your patients. Join over 31,000 internists who share this distinguished honor.

Learn more about ACP Fellowship and access application materials in advance by visiting acponline.org/FACP.

September 22nd

6:00 PM
1 Delaware Drive
Lake Success, NY 11040


District Event:  Long Island Region Meetup

The NYACP Long Island Region leaders are excited to announce a return to in-person district events!  We invite you to meet, mingle, and lift each other up.  

Networking and Growth Opportunities

Come to make connections, learn from colleagues and leaders, and find opportunities for personal and professional growth.

Open to All

This meetup is open to members and non-members.  We encourage you to share information about this event with friends, colleagues, residents, and medical students!  

Community Service

Bring a canned/dry food item for donation to the Harry Chapin Food Bank/Long Island Cares.

Family Friendly

A coloring and homework station for kids!

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September 22

7:00 PM - 8:15 PM
ZOom Meeting


Small Feedings of the Soul:  Readings and Reflections

You're in for a treat! This month, NYACP is thrilled to welcome back Michael LaCombe, MD, MACP, associate editor for the Annals of Internal Medicine, and captivating writer and presenter. Come for discussion, camaraderie, reflection, and to meet Dr.LaCombe!

Please note that this event is not recorded.  This session will be 75 minutes.

September's theme:
Life's Lessons

Readings and Guest Authors:
Dr. Michael LaCombe returns to Small Feedings of the Soul to share a piece written for an invited talk at a Virginia school where the assignment was to include what advice you would give if you were facing death. The element of surprise is an important part of this piece so, it will be shared by the author on the night of the event.

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

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September 28

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Zoom Meeting


Session 4

Wisdom and Well Being: Making Healthcare Work Better for Physicians and Patients

 

Cori Salvit, MD, FACP

Cori Salvit, MD, FACP

Chanchal Sharma, PsyD

Chanchal Sharma, PsyD

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Prioritizing Physician Trainee Mental Health: Recognizing and Navigating Mental Health Crisis

Studies have shown that the prevalence of psychological distress amongst medical trainees is higher than in the general population. Programs need to be well equipped in managing mental health distress in trainees.

Through case presentations, we will highlight the importance of recognizing the signs of distress, the utilization of processes/protocols to navigate mental health crises in trainees, and having supportive mental health resources available. 

Objectives:

1. Recognize the signs of psychological distress in medical trainees
2. Understand how to manage a mental health crisis of a trainee through review of protocol and helpful tips.
3. Identify mental health supports and resources for trainees.

October 14

7:30 AM - 2:30 PM
NYU Langone Health
and LIve Stream


Dietary and Lifestyle Strategies for Cardiovascular Risk ReductionNYU Langone Health Logo

Jointly provided by the NYU Grossman School of Medicine and the New York Chapter American College of Physicians. 

This half-day course focuses on strategies to reduce risk for cardiovascular disease and related comorbidities through lifestyle and dietary approaches. The course will provide evidence for the association between diet and cardiovascular disease highlighting new clinical and scientific data.  This annual course provides attendees with the latest information to help their patients achieve optimal health through exercise, diet, and integrative medicine strategies.

The NYU Grossman School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 5.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Information and Registration

October 21-22

Hess Center for
Science and medicine


17th Annual Mid-Atlantic Hospital Medicine Symposium
Mastering the Care of the Hospitalized Patient
 

Sponsored by SHM in collaboration with NYACP
We are live and in-person! Hospitalists stepped up and helped lead their hospitals through the pandemic and now we can re-focus on the core conditions in Hospital Medicine. We have dedicated our course to emphasize the common and serious conditions you treat on a daily basis: New Approaches to Atrial Fibrillation, DM, AKI, Anticoagulation, Pain, Palliative Care, and more!  

Program Brochure

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October 26

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
ZOom Meeting


Small Feedings of the Soul:  Readings and Reflections

Explore the practice of medicine through shared experiences! Come for discussion, camaraderie, and to meet authors of select pieces from 'On Being A Doctor'.

Please note that this event is not recorded.

October's theme:
Coming soon!

Readings and Guest Authors:
Coming soon!

Facilitated by:  Alexandra Goodman, MD  (co-founder of Women in Residency Life at SUNY Upstate Medical University)
Program Directors:  Nandini Anandu, MD, FACP,  Lynn Cleary, MD, MACP, and Cori Salvit, MD, FACP

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November 4

8:00 Am - 5:00 PM
Tarrytown, NY


Introduction to Point of Care Ultrasound - and interactive course

This one day course will provide the learner introductory ability to use bedside ultrasound. all details can be found here:
NYACP Ultrasound Course

Westchester Marriott
670 White Plains Rd
Tarrytown, NY 10591

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November 5

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tarrytown, NY


2022 NYACP Annual Scientific Meeting

 

Join us as we return to an in-person Annual Scientific Meeting on Saturday, November 5, 2022.

Westchester Marriott
670 White Plains Rd
Tarrytown, NY 10591

INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

December 1

7:45 AM - 5:00 PM
NYU Langone Health
and LIve Stream
 


Irwin D. Mandel Advances in Cardiovascular Risk Reduction: Improving Treatment for Patients with DiabetesNYU Langone Health Logo

Jointly provided by the NYU Grossman School of Medicine and the New York Chapter American College of Physicians. 

This one-day course will cover state-of-the-art management of patients with cardiovascular risk factors, with a focus on prevention. The morning session will highlight the latest scientific and clinical advances in the management of diabetes, including evidence-based strategies to reduce cardiovascular risk in diabetic patients and best practices in the care of hospitalized patients with diabetes.

In addition to the lectures, attendees will participate in a lunch case conference that will review challenging cases in the management of obesity. During the morning and afternoon panel discussion segments, audience questions will be debated among panel members.

The NYU Grossman School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 7.25  AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Information and Registration

February 8, 2023

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
ZOom Meeting


Home and Skilled Nursing Facility Post-Operative Care of Older AdultsNYMDA logo

Jointly provided by NYMDA and the NYACP Geriatric Task Force.

Donna Seminara, MD, MACP

Donna Seminara, MD, MACP

SAVE THE DATE!

This one-hour session will cover Home and Skilled Nursing Facility post-op care for older adults.  Themes will include how to address common complications within this patient population, telehealth, financing care, and caregiving. 

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