Along with annual national meetings, the NMPRA sponsors regional meetings. Below are links with the upcoming regional meetings (organized by date). Other meeting dates are currently pending.
If you would like to host a NMPRA Regional Meeting, please email email@example.com.
When: Saturday, April 14, 2018 from 9am to 4pm
Hosted by: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Theme: Urban Health and Its Challenges
Location: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Medical Science Building, 185 South Orange Ave, Newark, NJ 07103
Further information including parking and agenda are coming soon!
To RSVP, please fill out this Google form.
You can also book by calling 800-321-2221 and reference the “Rutgers Pediatric Room Block April 2018” at the Courtyard by Marriott Jersey City. Book by 3/23/18!
For any questions, please contact Natasha Piracha at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Northeast Regional Meeting (2018):
When: Saturday, May 19, 2018, 8am – 3:30pm
Hosted by: Albany Medical College
Theme: The Gold Standard: What You Need To Know To Be The Best in Med-Peds
Location: Albany Law School, 80 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY 12208
Parking: Law school Holland Ave lot across from the Hilton
For discounted hotel information, please use the following link: Hilton Garden Inn Albany Medical Center and mention this meeting by May 4, 2018. Group code is NMPRA.
For any questions, please contact Jennifer Gregory at email@example.com.
West Regional Meeting (2018):
When: Saturday, May 5, 2018
Hosted by: LAC + USC
Theme: Care at the Margins
Location: Keck USC School of Medicine
Join us as we explore how to best care for our country’s most vulnerable populations, including, but not limited to, immigrants, homeless individuals, foster children and incarcerated individuals. The conference will include speakers and break out sessions focusing on different aspects of Care at the Margins. Join us to learn how we as physicians can not only provide more excellent patient care but also how we can best advocate for different patient populations across the age spectrum during these dynamic times.
There will also be a section for oral and poster presentations by medical students and residents. We encourage anyone with projects, case vignettes or research pertaining to Care at the Margins or other significant Med/Peds issues to submit an abstract for this section. Abstracts will be reviewed and selected participants will be asked to present at the conference. Two abstracts will be selected to provide oral presentations and others will be selected for poster presentation.
The conference will also allow for significant networking within the Western Regional Med/Peds community. Come meet residents and faculty from other institutions and learn about how to build a career in Med/Peds.
Abstract Submission Deadline: 4/1/2018
General Registration Deadline: 4/21/2018
To register and purchase tickets at this link: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3352267
To Submit an abstract please follow this link: https://goo.gl/forms/lzmL8lID6Fau2r8J3
Please ensure to choose appropriate ticket upon registering if you are planning to submit an abstract.
Breakfast, Lunch, snacks and giveaways will be provided! Please register ON TIME so that we can plan accordingly! If you have any financial hardship of any kind but wish to attend, please contact us as we would like to help you come!
For any questions or concerns, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Future Regional Conferences:
- Albany- May 19, 2018
- Stony Brook- 2019
Previous regional conferences have included:
University of Massachusetts: Med-Peds and Beyond: Medicine Outside the Clinical Realm (2017)
Loma Linda University: Celebrating 50 years of Dual Training And A Look Towards The Future (2017)
Ohio State University: A Tale of Two Departments– The nuts and bolts of finding your ideal combined Med-Peds job (2017)
UCLA: Resident and Physician Wellness (2016)
University of Illinois-Chicago: Global Health at Home (2016)
Univeristy of California-San Diego: Arts and Humanism in Medicine (2015)
Greenville Hospital System (South Carolina): Ready, Set, Transition: Bridging Pediatric to Adult Care in Chronic Medical Illness (2015)