This website is the home for ALL activities in this year's Scientific Meeting. There is no separate mobile app this year. You can access this site on your mobile device.
As a registered attendee, you can access all features of this year's Scientific Meeting including:
- All the CME for which you have registered. (Sessions presented on Zoom. Zoom links emailed to all registered attendees.)
- This year's posters and abstracts.
Please remember to log in using the BLUE LOGIN button. You will find them on every page used to access this year's virtual meeting.
You will also see "Edit Your Profile" buttons on this year's conference site. Please use that button to change your details, add or edit your professional credentials and change your password.
Our physician leadership and professional staff have worked hard to improve upon last year's virtual experience and make it simpler than ever for you to navigate, learn and earn your CME/MOC credits.
We are thrilled you are sharing it with us. Please let us know how we can improve your experience!
You must be logged into this site with your ACPNJ CME Login credentials in order to complete your sessions and claim CME/MOC Credit for this conference.
ACCESS ALL COURSE EVALUATIONS/POST-TESTS FROM THE AGENDA PAGE IN THE MAIN MENU
If you are not logged in:
- You will see a red banner that says NOT ENROLLED. If you have registered for the conference, you ARE enrolled, but the system needs to know that it's you.
- Log in using the BLUE LOGIN button and and complete your Course Content.
- For more information, see the "How to Claim CME" tab in the main menu.
From our leadership: We are certainly practicing in turbulent Times!
We so hoped to be able to meet live in 2021, but we find ourselves still trapped in a pandemic-ridden world. There is light at the end of the tunnel as more and more people are immunized against COVID-19. And even though we cannot meet in person, we can still “see” each other and learn together at our second virtual meeting.
The theme of this year’s meeting is "Humanistic Care in Turbulent Times." And we certainly are practicing in turbulent times. At this year’s meeting we are hoping to bring some calm and focus to our world.
We have an exciting line-up of speakers who will discussing a wide range of topics. We are very fortunate to have the Commissioner for the New Jersey Department of Health, Judith Persichilli, RN, BSN, MA, who will be updating us on New Jersey’s response to COVID-19 and ACP CEO Dr. Darilyn Moyer, who will be talking about diversity and inclusion in medicine.
You can see the entire line-up of speakers and presenters on our Speaker's Page in the main menu.
We will be hosting a Town Hall meeting on Friday at noon. If you have questions or topics you would like us to address please email them to our Associate Executive Director, Theresa Barrett, PhD, CMP, CAE at email@example.com.
ACPNJ’s premier meeting for general internists, subspecialty internists, hospitalists, allied health professionals, residents, and medical students provides two days of learning and fun.
Thanks for joining us!
Jonathan Shammash, MD, FACP - Northern Region Governor
Nayan Kothari, MD, MACP – Southern Region Governor
Mirela Feurdean, MD, FACP - Scientific Meeting Chair
Tamie Proscia-Lieto, MD, FACP - Scientific Meeting Vice Chair
Thanks to our Generous Sponsors!
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