NMPRA Virtual National conference

A Call for Equitable Medicine

Advocacy, Equity and Anti-Racism

October 8 – 10, 2020

We hope you enjoyed the 2020 Annual Meeting, Session recordings are linked to select session titles, with more to come soon!

Day 1: Thursday, October 8th, 7-9:15pm EST
7 – 7:10pm           President’s Welcome (Dr. Maximilian Cruz)

7:10 – 7:30pm     Advocacy Grant Winner (Dr. Sarah Soliman and Dr. Eric Zuniga)

7:35 – 7:55pm     QI Grant Winner (Dr. Rebecca Moore)

8:00 – 8:15pm    Resident Case Winner (Dr. Elizabeth Ender)

8:20 – 9:15pm     Using the Tools of the Master: Critiquing and Countering Racism in Med-Peds Practice (Michelle Munyikwa and Angela Zhang)


Day 2: Friday, October 9th, 7-9:15pm EST
7 – 7:05pm           President’s Welcome (Dr. Maximilian Cruz)

7:10 – 7:30pm      International Travel Grant Winner (Dr. Abbie Rose Goodman)

7:35 – 7:55pm      Research Grant Winner (Dr. Austin Wesevich)

8 – 8:15pm           Medical Student Case Winner (Jennifer Tang)

8:20 – 9:15pm     Who, How, and What We Teach in Medicine. Creating Diverse Learning Environments (Dr. Jacob Bailey)


Day 3: Saturday, October 10th, 11am – 4pm EST
11am – 12pm        Virtual Poster Competition – click here to view virtually gallery (requires password to access, which was emailed to all registered participants)

1 – 1:10pm           President’s Welcome (Dr. Maximilian Cruz)

1:15 – 2:15pm      Med-Peds Academic Channel (MPAC) Overview and How to Publish (Drs. Alice Kuo and David Kaelber)

1:15 – 2:15pm      Cribsiders: Journey into Podcasting + Q&A (Drs. Chris Chiu and Justin Berk)

1:15 – 2:15pm      Transitions, transitions: Developing a Med-Peds Career in Transgender Health Care (Dr. Amy Weimer)

2:25 – 3:15pm     Keynote Address (Dr. Kimberly Manning)

3:20 – 4pm          Awards and Closing Remarks (Drs. Maximilian Cruz and Sophia Urban)


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