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Spring2011 dr alguireinterview final

  1. 1. Pri-Med Access with ACP <br />2011 Program and Curriculum Updates<br />
  2. 2. Pri-Med Access with ACP 2011 Overview<br />Patrick C. Alguire MD, FACP<br />Senior Vice President for Medical Education<br />American College of Physicians<br />Philadelphia, PA<br />Interview conducted in Boston, MA<br />May, 2011<br />
  3. 3. Pri-Med Access with ACP 2011 locations<br />Seattle, WA<br />Chicago, IL - Spring/Fall<br />Rosemont, IL<br />Pittsburgh, PA<br />Indianapolis, IN<br />Dearborn, MI<br />Boston, MA<br />Hartford, CT<br />New York, NY – Spring/Fall<br />East Rutherford, NJ<br />Philadelphia, PA – Spring/Fall<br />San Jose, CA – <br />Spring/Fall<br />Baltimore, MD<br />Washington, DC<br />Pasadena, CA<br />Raleigh, NC<br />Long Beach, CA<br />Atlanta, GA – Spring/Fall<br />Anaheim, CA<br />San Diego, CA<br />Phoenix, AZ<br />St. Louis, MO<br />Ft. Lauderdale, FL<br />Houston, TX<br />Dallas, TX – Spring/Fall<br />Tampa. FL<br />All locations are subject to change<br />
  4. 4. This is not your everyday CME<br />Pri-Med Access with American College of Physiciansis a series of local two-day CME programs featuring unique opportunities for attendees<br />of MD/DO attendees are satisfied with their overall education experience at a Pri-Med Access with ACP event*<br />91%<br />*Source: 2010 Spring On-Site Survey<br />
  5. 5. What makes Pri-Med Access with ACP different?<br />More engagement and interactivity<br /><ul><li> Opportunities to engage directly with expert</li></ul> faculty – not a passive experience<br /><ul><li> Dedicated time specifically for peer</li></ul> collaboration – discuss thoughts and ideas<br /> as they are presented<br /><ul><li> Q&A time – get your specific questions</li></ul> answered<br />More flexibility<br /><ul><li> Flexible Scheduling
  6. 6. Attend for two full days, just one course or</li></ul> anything in between<br /><ul><li> State-specific credit satisfaction </li></ul> (where opportunities exist)<br />
  7. 7. Pri-Med Access with ACP 2011 Curriculum<br />We are excited to announce the Pri-Med Access with ACP 2011 curriculum. <br />The curriculum is focused on areas such as: <br /><ul><li> Psychiatry
  8. 8. Diabetes Management
  9. 9. Conditions of the eye
  10. 10. Dermatology
  11. 11. ECG interpretation
  12. 12. and many more topics for CME credit</li></ul>Case-based curriculum includes an interactive component – you are engaged at the start.<br />Post session Q & A to clarify any ambiguity you may have.<br />
  13. 13. Pri-Med Access with ACP<br />Access delivers superior value by presenting solutions using real-life cases that clinicians encounter on a regular basis. The education that you receive at <br />Pri-Med Access with ACP is directly clinically applicable. <br />
  14. 14. What’s new for 2011?<br />A new and innovative learning format - It’s more engaging, more interactive, and designed for busy clinicians like you<br />Questions are answered during 30-minute case studies and in refreshers on subjects like psychiatry, endocrinology, and ophthalmology.<br />You can test your knowledge by participating in a diagnostic challenge between peers called the Medical Knowledge Competition<br />Clinical takeaways from major scientific conferences - and how they impact patient care<br />And much more – You can earn up to 13.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ at most Pri-Med Access with ACP conferences<br />
  15. 15. What do your colleagues think?<br />"The content at Access is clear, comprehensive, and most importantly, unbiased. It improves my ability to treat my patients.“<br />"I enjoy the interactive format; Access is really tapping into practice trends.“<br />“Really great, succinct information that I will use - like review(s) of the specific exams that confirm a diagnosis.”<br />“Very clear and practical explanation of common complaints that I see in my practice. The review of simple tests was very helpful. Dr Burke is a wonderful educator”.<br />~Access Attendee referring to Dr. Burke; Extremity Pain session<br />“Very knowledgeable speaker and presentation was focused on the topic that FPs need to know. (It) Has given me a whole new perspective of pre-op evaluations”<br />“Excellent! Wonderful orator addressed what we should do for patients and included the real world scenarios we all deal with.”<br />~Access Attendee referring to Dr. McKean; Pre/Peri Op case studies session<br />All testimonials are directly from past Pri-Med Access with ACP attendees<br />
  16. 16. Meet some of our 2011 Course Directors:<br />M. Susan Burke MD,FACP<br />Director - Lankenau Internal Medicine Clinical Care Center<br />Clinical Assistant Professor – Thomas Jefferson University<br />Paul SummergradMD<br />Dr. Frances S. Arkin Professor and Chairman - Department of Psychiatry<br />Professor of Medicine – Tufts University School of Medicine<br />Psychiatrist-in-Chief, Chairman - Tufts Medical Center Physicians Organization, Tufts Medical Center<br />Jay B. Wish MD,FACP<br />Professor of Medicine - Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine<br />Medical Director, Dialysis Program – University Hospitals Case Medical Center<br />Seth J. OrlowMD,PhD<br />Professor of Dermatology and Pediatrics,<br />Vice Chair, Dermatology,<br />Director of Pediatric and Adolescent Dermatology – New York University School of Medicine<br />Marc Itskowitz MD,FACP<br />Assistant Professor of Medicine - Drexel University College of Medicine<br />Director of Didactic Education – Internal Medicine Residency Program<br />Associate Program Director - Allegheny General Hospital <br />Tommy S. Korn MD,FACS <br />Attending Ophthalmologist - Sharp Memorial Hospital<br />Attending Ophthalmologist & Surgeon – Sharp Rees-Steely Surgical Eye Consultants<br />
  17. 17. Pri-Med Access with ACP 2011 programs<br />For a full national schedule of Pri-Med Access with ACP meetings, and to register, please visit:<br /><br />