We are excited to announce that our Division has an especially large presence as leaders and educators for the upcoming 2019 Annual Scientific Session of the North Carolina Chapter of the American College of Physicians. This event will take place in the nearby Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley Hotel on February 22-23, 2019. The program brochure is available online. Notice that the NC ACP offers a maximum of 11.0 credits of AMA PRA Category 1 credits and 11.0 medical knowledge MOC points in the ABIM MOC program.
Program Co-Chairs and Speakers from DGIM
The program co-chairs are two of our generalists, Sharon Rubin, MD, FACP, and Noel Ivey, MD, FACP. They have designed a program aimed to improve diagnostic and treatment skills and to provide updates on inpatient and outpatient medicine. With these goals in mind, the co-chairs also have assembled topics with outstanding speakers, among them are GIM faculty members you will recognize:
SPEAKERS AND TOPICS FROM DGIM
Cara O’Brien, MD - Sepsis
Laura Caputo, MD - Top Articles for Hospital Medicine
David Boyte, MD, MBA - Perioperative Medicine
Jeffrey Clough, MD, MBA, FACP and Audrey Metz, MD - Top Articles for Outpatient Medicine
Jenny Van Kirk, MD - A MAHA Moment
Aubrey Jolly Graham, MD - Handoff to SNF
Bruce Peyser, MD (with Mitch Heflin, MD, Geriatrics): Differing MOC Testing Intervals (Saturday, Lunch Option)
Thomas Holland, MD, MSc-GH - How to Pick the Right Antibiotic Course for Common Infections: A Case-Based Approach
Larry Greenblatt, MD, FACP - Safe Opioid Prescribing 2019: Meeting Current Standards of Care
Cara O’Brien, MD and Elizabeth Hankollari, MD - (small group workshop) Ultrasound Course
The agenda has many more topics with updates relevant to patient care, e.g., diabetes, osteoporosis, and dementia.
Click here to register online.
We are proud that GIM continues at the forefront of health and care — leading and teaching and caring.