2024 Women in Medicine Chapter Event

A panel discussion regarding financial considerations and job planning for the early career physician. Learn about understanding priorities, work-life balance and other tools to help with the exciting transition from resident to attending!

Date: May 1st, 3034


  • 5:00PM | Registration Opens
  • Food available for in-person attendees
  • 5:30PM | Panel / Virtual Meeting Starts 
RSVP Today!

In This Issue

2024 WIM Chapter Event

Internal Medicine Interest Group Scholarship Program Now Accepting Applications!

ACP Leadership Survey

How to Reduce Burnout

Coffee Hour at Stone Ridge Coffee

ACP Oregon Chapter Leadership Luncheon and Family Picnic

Now Accepting 2024 Awards Nominations!

Internal Medicine Interest Group

Sponsorship Program

Accepting Applications

Applications for IMIG Sponsorship Funding

close on Friday, June 1st, 2024.

Benefits to Joining the IMIG Sponsorship Program:

  • Network with other medical student leaders in our member exclusive app community
  • Receive sponsorship funding to support your IMIG’s events
  • Build relationships with experienced Internal Medicine physicians

The IMIG Sponsorship Funding Program is a great opportunity to become a leader on your campus and utilize all of ACP’s resources for medical students.

Apply Now

In This Issue

Internal Medicine Interest Group Scholarship Program Now Accepting Applications!

ACP Leadership Survey

2024 WIM Chapter Event

How to Reduce Burnout

Coffee Hour at Stone Ridge Coffee

ACP Oregon Chapter Leadership Luncheon and Family Picnic

Now Accepting 2024 Awards Nominations!

Live Your Best Life

Call for Participants!

We are seeking ACP Resident/ Fellow and Early Career Physicians to participate in a FREE structured professional and leadership development program, hosted by ACP leaders and physician coaches.

What’s in it for you?

  • A chance to develop leadership skills at an early stage so you will be ready when opportunities come your way!
  • Coaching and mentorship related to professional and leadership development from ACP leaders.
  • Opportunity to learn from peers across the country and develop relationships for collaboration and support.
  • Connection with a community of like-minded physicians


Five educational sessions, followed by group coaching sessions on the topics.


(May 2024)

Determine your “why” and your strengths, identify and protect your priorities (includes boundaries), and learn PERMA


(June 2024)

Learn to successfully negotiate, manage difficult conversations, and practice non-violent communication


(July 2024)

Learn skills for interviews and applications, maximize visibility, and incorporate Emotional Intelligence


(August 2024)

Articulate belonging, explore circles of influence and control, celebrate the value of different skills and perspectives on a team, and determine expectations


(September 2024)

Learn strategies to get unstuck, implement reflective self-coaching techniques to set goals and expectations, and learn what supports you in times of change


The time commitment is approximately 3 hours/month, and the program will run from May-September 2024

You will have five educational sessions, followed by group coaching sessions on the topics.

Meeting times will be set prior to the start of the program and will include options to facilitate flexibility with your schedule.

In addition to the time commitment, we request completion of de-identified surveys prior to the course and upon completion to document the experience of our participants, and to help us to assess the effectiveness of this program and to help us adjust for future programs.

A certificate of completion will be awarded to those who attend at least 75% of the sessions.

You will be encouraged to take what you learn and share it with your community in a structured way.

Interested persons should submit the following information via this form:

Complete Form

Applications close end of day April 30, 2024

Questions? Contact Marion McCrary at mlmmccrary@gmail.com

How to Reduce Burnout

We wish to understand internal medicine physician views on interventions that can minimize the burden of burnout among members of the American College of Physicians (ACP).

All responses are anonymous, analyzed in aggregate, and stored in a secure fashion housed behind the firewall of Intermountain Health. This research poses no more than minimal risk to harm subjects and involves no procedures for which a signed consent is required. A negligible risk of a breach of confidentiality exists and safeguards of Good Clinical Practice are maintained including the survey being collected anonymously, to prevent this from happening. If you have questions regarding your rights as a research subject, or if problems arise which you do not feel you can discuss with the Investigator, please contact the Intermountain Institutional Review Board at 1-800-321-2107 or by email at IRB@imail.org.

It should take about 10-15 minutes to complete the questionnaire. Participation in this study is voluntary.

Take the Survey Now

THANK YOU for helping us better understand how to reduce burnout

among internal medicine physicians!

Coffee Hour at Stone Ridge Coffee

Dr. Jenny Silberger, Governor of the Oregon ACP Chapter, invites you to join her for coffee hour!

Date: Saturday, June 8th

Time: 10:00AM (PDT)

Location: Stone Ridge Coffee in Ashland, Oregon

Come for coffee, conversation and to connect with other ACP members! Drinks and snacks are on us. Oregon ACP wants to hear from you.

Leadership Luncheon and Family Picnic! 

Save the Date!

Date: September 28th, 2024

Time: 11:30AM - 3:30PM

Location: Peninsula Park

700 N Rosa Parks Way | Portland, OR 97217

Involvement Contact Details : 

Angelina Platas (angelinaplatas@hotmail.com) or Annie Weinsoft (aweinsof@lhs.org) if you would like to be involved in planning!

Now Accepting 2024 Award Nominations!

The Oregon Chapter ACP Awards Committee is soliciting nominations for Chapter Awards.   If you know of ACP members or colleagues deserving of recognition for their excellence and distinguished contributions, please take a few minutes to recommend them now.   

Awards will be presented at the Oregon ACP Chapter Scientific Meeting

is November 14th - 15th in Portland, Oregon.

Howard P. Lewis Distinguished Teacher Award

Recognizes outstanding achievements in teaching. Nominees have been internists though not necessarily members of ACP. 

Howard P. Lewis Distinguished Service Award

Recognizes outstanding achievement in service. Nominees have been neither internists nor physicians and the service for which they were recognized was not necessarily related to the Chapter or ACP directly. 


Laureate Award

Recognizes those who have demonstrated an abiding commitment to excellence over an extended period of time and have served with distinction in some clearly definable manner. Nominees must be a Fellow or Master in ACP. 


Outstanding Early Career Physician Award

Recognizes outstanding clinical skills in internal medicine, highly respected by peers, and role model in the community. Nominees can be no more than 16 years out from medical school graduation and must be either Members or Fellows of ACP.

Oregon ACP Diversity Award

For outstanding contributions to fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion in the community. This award recognizes those who have fostered diversity and inclusion with outstanding achievements in mentoring, leadership development, and role modeling of physicians or students from diverse and/or underrepresented populations. This award can be given to both ACP members and non-members.

Please identify nominees for specific awards and include a brief background/biosketch regarding the candidate’s qualifications. 

Award Nomination Form

Connect with ACP Oregon!

American College of Physicians - Oregon Chapter

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