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 president@medpeds.org.


Western Regional Meeting (2019):

When: Saturday, March 2, 2019

Hosted by: University of California San Diego

Theme: From Pagers to Proton Beams: Technology in Medicine

Location: UCSD Campus San Diego, California

Dear Medicine/Pediatrics Family,

On behalf of the UCSD Combined Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency Program, we would like to cordially invite you to the 2019 NMPRA Western Regional Conference entitled, “From Pagers to Proton Beams: Technology in Medicine.”  Join us as we hear from local leaders in genomics, immunotherapy, wearable technology, milk banking, social media, and more, as they discuss innovations they are pioneering in medical technology.

The conference will take place at the UCSD Campus in San Diego, CA on Saturday, March 2nd, 2019, from 8AM-3PM. The registration fee includes a continental breakfast and lunch.

We will be hosting a poster competition during the conference, and the deadline to submit a poster is February 15th, 2019.

Please see the attached flyer and visit our website, www.ucsdmedpedsconference2019.com, for more information. On our website, you can also register for the conference and find information on how to submit a poster to the competition. You can also contact us at ucsdimpeds@gmail.com regarding any questions or financial hardships you may have.
Hope to see you here in San Diego soon!

Northeastern Regional Meeting (2019):

When: Saturday, May 11, 2019

Hosted by: SUNY University at Buffalo

Theme: Technological Innovations in Medicine

Location: Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus in Buffalo, NY

SUNY University at Buffalo Med Peds Program cordially invites you to attend the Northeast Regional NMPRA Conference on Saturday, May 11th, 2019.

Our theme is “Technological Innovations in Medicine,” which will focus on daily technological challenges and advances in modern medicine and medical education. The conference will be held in the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus in Buffalo, NY in the new medical school campus:

Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
955 Main St, Buffalo, NY 14203

We have invited various respected guest speakers from the Northeast Region Med/Peds programs. There will also be a poster session with submissions accepted from students, residents, and faculty. We have a very exciting day planned–with Niagara Falls in our backyard, we are excited to share the fun we have to offer!

A hotel discount is available for those interested in spending the night with us. It is located in the heart of downtown Buffalo. Register below and a discount code/link will be emailed to you.

We are truly looking forward to hosting you! Please use the following link to register:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfTICWOxqLuGWS2XpzGXFFUrc7iRVwX9QqI39tPPH0Uqsnyuw/viewform?usp=pp_url

Conference registration fees:
Students and residents — Free
Attending physicians/faculty — $50

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us at ubmedpedschiefres@gmail.com or (716) 961-9402

SUNY UB Med/Peds

 


Future Regional Conferences:

  • TBA

Previous regional conferences have included:

Rutgers New Jersey Medical School: Urban Health and Its Challenges (2018)
University of Southern California/Los Angeles County: Care at the Margins (2018)
Albany Medical College: The Gold Standard: What You Need To Know To Be The Best in Med-Peds (2018)
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)