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Medical Student's Competitions at the TXACP 2015 Annual Meeting
Five student members presented their clinical vignettes in conjunction with the annual meeting on Saturday morning. Outstanding presentations were made by Joseph Allencherril, Baylor College of Medicine; Jasmine Gowarty, Texas A&M University College of Medicine; Krishna Pabba, Texas Tech University School of Medicine; Erin Fluke, University of Texas Medical Branch; Chris Yan, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Chris Yan won first place in the competition with his vignette, “Fishing for the Source: A Rare GI Infection." Chris will automatically advance to Washington, DC to compete at the national level during the ACP Internal Medicine 2016. Congratulations to all of our winners and presenters in the competition.
29 students competed in the student poster competition. Taking first place in the medical student's poster competition was Omer Mirza, UTHSCSA, with his poster, "It Takes A Village: A Multidisciplinary Approach To A Rare Diagnosis.” Due to the outstanding quality of the posters this year, we are awarding two second-place winners. John DeMis, from UTHSCSA, placed second in the competition with poster, “Chew on this diagnosis: Gradenigos syndrome,” as did Natalie Uy, from BCM with the poster titled, “Immunoglobulin G4-related Disease: A Clinical Puzzle.” Congratulations to all of our winners and presenters in the competition.
Special thanks goes to Karen Szauter, MD, FACP, and Eugene Stokes, MD, FACP who serve as committee chairs and organize all of the student's competitions for the annual meeting.
Medical Student's Perspective: Tips for Rocking 4th Year
Read the following tips from a fourth year medical student on how to rock your fourth year of medical school. This article relates the students own experiences and opinions, as learned through failures, successes, and may not represent the norm.
Medical Students ACP Benefits
As well as providing free membership to medical students, ACP offers valuable benefits for members, including an additional array especially for Medical Student Members.
Free online access to ACP publications, including:
Special student member discounts on educational products, including:
General Internal Medicine Statewide Preceptorship Program
The General Internal Medicine Statewide Preceptorship Program (GIMSPP) places students with internists across the state for three or four-week preceptorships during the student's summer break. Students from all nine of the Texas medical schools participate -- most are first and second year students, however, third and fourth year students are also eligible.
Student Interest Groups at Texas Medical Schools
Texas Chapter of the ACP Resource Center
A collection of Texas medical and general medical links useful to our Medical Students, general membership as well as visitors.
2016 TXACP Annual Meeting is just weeks away! Register online today to connect with colleagues, apply updated knowledge of internal medicine to your clinical practice and earn CME hours!