ABOUT THIS YEAR'S VIRTUAL MEETING
COVID-19 continues to disrupt our lives, and we are constantly adapting to meet the new challenges that it puts before us. Remember that as your professional home, CTACP is here to support you as you do what you do best, take care of patients. That is one thing that has not been disrupted.
We are also not letting the pandemic disrupt our 2021 Scientific Meeting, so that is why, once again, we will be coming to you virtually. I invite you to join me and your colleagues in Internal Medicine at this year’s conference. We are committed to providing cutting-edge, clinical information and highlighting the work of our residents and students through our abstract competition. It is our sincere hope that we will be able to do this live at the Connecticut Convention Center in 2022.
Ruth Weissberger, MD, FACP
Governor, Connecticut Chapter
CTACP Chapter News
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Meets CT Infectious Disease CME Licensure Requirement Five activities and up to 2.25 hours of free on-demand CME on monoclonal antibody therapy for patients with COVID-19 is available now from the New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians, Medscape, and the Infectious Diseases Society of America. You’ll get the latest data and information plus expert perspectives…Read More
The UConn School of Pharmacy is conducting a statewide survey of primary care providers to characterize primary care provider experiences working with pharmacists embedded in a primary care practice or community retail setting. The survey can be completed in 8-10 minutes. Once the survey is completed, you will have the option to enroll in a…Read More