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Annual Session for Associates: clinical skills and networking

From the January 2001 ACP-ASIM Observer, copyright 2001 by the American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine.

Residents attending this year's Annual Session will have an opportunity to brush up on their skills reading ECGs and identifying heart and lung sounds, prepare for the internal medicine board exam and get tips on negotiating an employment contract.

This year's program for residents, which was created by the College's Council of Associates, will also include the popular Doctor's Dilemma (also known as "Medical Jeopardy") and the Associates Abstract Competitions. "Caucus 2001: Associates Forum" will provide a venue for residents and fellows from around the world to gather and discuss hot issues. Attendees at this year's caucus are expected to discuss housestaff unions, work hour restrictions and job security. The session includes free lunch and a raffle for door prizes, including a PalmPilot and MKSAP 12.

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