American College of Physicians: Internal Medicine — Doctors for Adults ®

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Internal Medicine 2014

When: April 10-12, 2014
Where: Orlando, Fla.

Keep up with the excitement from Internal Medicine 2014

ACP’s scientific meeting, Internal Medicine 2014, includes more than 200 workshops, lectures, panel discussions, and demonstrations for doctors of internal medicine. Whether you are attending the meeting or not, you can keep up with the activity at Internal Medicine 2014 through our news media.

ACP Internist will send daily e-newsletters reporting on activities and provide further insight and discussion on its blog. News from the meeting will also be shared through press releases and briefings in ACP News. And most scientific sessions are recorded for sale so you can keep up with the latest in education.

Daily News from ACP Internist

Access daily news and event highlights from Internal Medicine 2014 each day.

Thursday, April 10
Friday, April 11
Saturday, April 12

Tweet the meet: Twittering from Internal Medicine 2014

Follow our Twitter feeds at ACP Internist and ACP Hospitalist. If you're tweeting from the meeting, use the hashtag #im2014.

Daily Blog Updates

Follow daily Internal Medicine 2014 coverage from ACP Internist and ACP Hospitalist.

Follow events on Facebook

Follow events at www.facebook.com/acpinternists.

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