Internal Medicine Meeting 2018 offers over 200 course offerings on a wide variety of clinical and practice management topics. Check back for a searchable list of course offerings and details in the Internal Medicine Meeting 2018 Session Finder, launching in the fall.
The Scientific Program is the heart of the Internal Medicine Meeting — more than 200 educational offerings that cover the spectrum of internal medicine.
Pre-courses kick off Internal Medicine Meeting 2018 and provide in-depth examination of selected topics. Pre-course registration is open in early September.
The Waxman Clinical Skills Center is a dynamic collection of educational activities that provide hands-on learning and interactive self-study. Advance registration for Waxman Clinical Skills Center activities is suggested and will be available sometime in the late fall when the full schedule is finalized.
Attending Internal Medicine Meeting 2018 is an excellent way to fulfill your continuing medical education requirements. Internal Medicine Meeting 2017 attendees should visit this page to claim CME credit. Internal Medicine Meeting 2018 attendees can earn MOC points by attending sessions and completing a post-meeting activity. Internal Medicine Meeting 2017 attendees should visit this page to claim MOC points.
The College sponsors local and national abstract competitions for Resident/Fellow and Medical Student Members.
The Hospital Medicine Track includes over 35 scientific sessions and spans a wide selection of topics designed for physicians who primarily practice in an inpatient setting.
Attend virtual sessions on a wide variety of topics in the format of your choice. Recording packages are now available for purchase from Internal Medicine Meeting 2017.
Handouts from Internal Medicine Meeting 2017 are still available. If you were a registered attendee, you may download them here. Handouts for Internal Medicine Meeting 2018 will available in March 2018.
The 2017 Highlights session features summaries from three top clinician-educators on what they found to be the most important take-away information from Internal Medicine Meeting 2017.