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ACPNJ Chapter News Digest
The Diversity Committee of the Connecticut Chapter of the American College of Physicians is proud to invite all Attending Physicians, Residents, Fellows, and Students to our Second Story Telling Hour, October 14, 2021, live via Zoom at 12pm. This year’s theme is “Celebrating Life in Different Cultures” and will include a collection of short stories…Read More →
CT advocacy team underway with the 3rd meeting of the morning discussing the ACP #NewVision #Accesstocare #ImProud #ACPLD #Telemedicine thanks to our legislators and their aides for taking the time for solutions for patientsRead More →
You are the most trusted resource for your patients in making health decisions. Your strong recommendation to get a COVID-19 vaccine is one of the most important factors in your patients’ decision to accept vaccination. Click below to access tools and tips developed by the CDC to help you communicate with patients about the COVID-19…Read More →
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 →
The 2020 CTACP Annual Scientific Meeting, CTACP’s largest annual meeting, brought together physicians, fellows, residents and students for the annual Poster Contest. This year’s competition featured a host of posters, in three categories, selected from more than 200 submitted abstracts. Like our event this year, judging took place place 100% online. First place: Ascending Paralysis in…Read More →