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2022 Annual Conference Advance Program

Download the 2022 Advance Program (Draft version)


Target Audience

  • Medicine Program Directors and Associate Program Directors
  • Fellows with an interest in GME
  • Key Clinical Faculty
  • Program Coordinators and Administrator


2022 Keynote Speakers

Asa Radix, MD, PhD, MPH, FACP  Learn More
Improving Fellows' Transgender Training and Awareness
Thursday, March 10, 2022 / 9:35 AM - 10:35 AM EST


Abby L. Spencer, MD, MS, FACP 
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Medical Education Career Pathways: Addressing Burnout in Your Established Career
Friday, March 11, 2022 / 9:10 AM - 10:10 AM EST

 

Pre-Conference Workshops

Medical Education Research Certificate (MERC) Workshops  Learn More
Wednesday, March 9, 2022 / 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST & 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST


General Conference Small Group Sessions

Program Coordinator Workshop  Learn More (Coming soon!

General Session Small Group Breakouts  Learn More (Coming soon!


2022 Conference Award and Funding Opportunities

Nominate and Apply  Learn More


Conference Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this conference, participants should be able to:   

1. Understand how to implement holistic review in fellow recruitment by aligning selection processes with program values.

  • Learn to identify the current state vs. target state. Hear best practice to assess current selection practices and results. Utilize a framework for measuring program recruitment performance across a range of characteristics to better determine how successfully one's program is meeting its goals. 
  • Understand if the program’s current approach to the selection processes delivers on program values. Incorporate information from the selection processes used at different programs.
  • Design a selection rubric that incorporates a range of program values into the process.

2. Apply strategies to address the PBLI2 Milestone by utilizing education psychology principles to develop self-directed learners.

  • Describe and apply education psychology variables that influence learning.
  • Understand the role and processes of self-directed learning in medical education.
  • Mentor struggling learners through the process of task-focused, self-directed learning (via struggling learner scenarios).

3. Hear best practices to teach about health disparities, race and racism.

  • Hear strategies to incorporate discussions about health disparities, race, and racism into your teaching.
  • Define key terms for discussions about health disparities, such as equality and equity, social determinant of health, disparity, and race.
  • Describe at least one example of a health disparity in pulmonary and critical care medicine.

4. Develop Strategies to Prepare for National Policies Impacting GME.

  • Explain changes to existing ACGME Requirements.
  • Identify changes to ACGME IM Subspecialty Milestones.
  • Ask questions about ACGME policies and processes, including site visits.

Conference Registration Rates

 


Category

Member
Fellowship
Program
Live

Member
Fellowship
Program
Virtual

Non-Member
Fellowship
Program
Live

Non-Member
Fellowship
Program
Virtual

Individual
Physician

 
$650

 
$650 
  
$850


$850

Individual
Fellow-in-Training

 
$300
 
$300
 
$500


$500

Individual
Program Coordinator

 
$525
 
$525
 
$725


$725

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Conference Location and Housing

Eden Roc Miami Beach

Room Rate: $319.00 + applicable taxes and fees

Click here to book your room at the conference rate *. (Coming Soon!)
* Conference rate is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Housing block closes on February 1, 2022.


APCCMPD
2022 Annual Conference Health & Safety Code of Conduct

We believe that maintaining the highest safety standard is critical to delivering a high-quality experience with the lowest reasonable risk in a manner that protects us all. Everyone attending the APCCMPD 2022 Annual Conference in-person will agree to comply with health, safety, and social distancing guidelines and must be vaccinated for COVID-19 before arriving on-site. For this reason, all conference attendees, speakers, and staff agree to remain home, and avoid travel, if experiencing any COVID symptoms.


Cancellation and Refund Policy
No refunds will be given after February 1, 2022.  

Attendees who need to cancel their registration must do so by emailing [email protected].
A full refund will be given through January 1, 2022. For cancellations made between January 2-31 2022, an administrative fee of $125 will be charged. NOTE: If an attendee does not cancel prior to the start of the conference and does not attend, the attendee is still responsible for payment. 

 

Conference Planning Committee

Maryl Kreider, MD, MS
University of Pennsylvania, Planning Committee Chair

Joyce Reitzner, MBA, MIPH
APCCMPD Executive Director

Jackie Farley, CPP
Center for Continuing Education 
University of Nebraska Medical Center