Elizabeth, NJ — Several hundred New Jersey internists, residents and medical students convened at the Renaissance Newark Airport Hotel for the ACP-New Jersey Chapter’s 2017 Scientific Meeting, which featured a day and a half of education, networking and other activities.
Thanks to everyone who participated and helped make this Scientific Meeting a success!
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Stay tuned for information on the ACPNJ 2018 Scientific Meeting!
The ACP New Jersey Chapter Scientific Meeting is right around the corner – March 3, 2017, and I would like to invite you to be a part of it by becoming an exhibitor or sponsor. I am happy to inform you that we are returning to the Renaissance Newark Airport Hotel in Elizabeth, NJ. We are expecting approximately 250 attendees, including internists, subspecialists, and internal medicine residents and medical students from New Jersey and the surrounding states. The meeting is currently in its planning stages and a final schedule will be out shortly.
By JALAL BAIG, MD
Robert Wood Johnson Internal Medicine Residency Program, New Brunswick, NJ
We become acutely aware of the hurdles presented by the medical profession early on in the journey from pre-medical student to healer. As I run towards the close of my internal medicine residency, a lot of what was once insuperable has been conquered. Yet, past successes became meaningless the day I registered for the NRMP fellowship match.
I arrived to residency in July 2013 with the pure intention of becoming a skilled internal medicine physician. This remained my consuming desire in the early months. I expanded my differentials, repleted electrolytes and became more efficient with daily progress notes. As this process became second nature midway through intern year and I reveled over knowing the many forms of potassium chloride, the inevitability of second year and its more onerous responsibilities began to become more palpable. And with this inevitability came whispers about fellowship.