Top 3 Upcoming Internal Medicine CME Conferences to Attend

CMEList October 5, 2018

There are many option Internists have for meeting their Internal Medicine CME requirements, but one of the most popular options is via Internal Medicine CME conferences. CME conferences are popular among many Internist because they are often held in popular vacation destinations such as Hawaii, Las Vegas, California, etc. This allows physicians to use their CME allowance to essentially travel to a luxurious vacation destination for free.

Another reason that many Internists prefer attending a CME conference to earn their CME credits is that they often feature highly regarded speakers and influencers in the industry. At the conferences, these speakers enlighten attendees and teach them about the latest advancements in various Internal Medicine subspecialties and topics. At the conferences, there are often general larger sessions and more personal and more specific sessions that visitors can attend.

Below we highlight some of the top Internal Medicine CME conferences physicians can attend to meet their ABIM MOC requirements and state board CME requirements.

31st Annual Selected Topics in Internal Medicine 2019

The 31st Annual Selected Topics in Internal Medicine 2019 Conference is a conference hosted by the Mayo Clinic School of Professional Development that will be held from January 28th, 2019 to February 1st, 2019 in Waikoloa, Hawaii.

This conference is targeted towards general internists, internal medicine subspecialists, family medicine physicians, and other primary health care providers. The conference will cover the most common clinical problems Internists face on a day to day basis, with the focus specifically being on clinical pearls and practice updates.

The conference will also feature leading speakers from various Internal Medicine subspecialties including Gastroenterology, Infectious Diseases, Endocrinology, Rheumatology, and more, so there will be valuable lectures to attend regardless of what you subspecialize in. The speakers will be giving lectures to large audiences, but attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss cases pertaining to the lectures with various faculty members. The ability to discuss the lectures with faculty members present the ability to ensure that you clearly take away all the key points from the presentation.

The conference has two pricing options based on professions:

  • M.D., D.O., Ph.D: $1199
  • NP, PA, Nurse, Allied Health Professional, Retiree: $1099

The American College of Physicians Internal Medicine Meeting 2019

The ACP Internal Medicine Meeting 2019 is an Internal Medicine CME conference hosted by the American College of Physicians (ACP) that will take place from April 11-13, 2019 in Philadelphia, PA.

The ACP describes the conference as the “most comprehensive conference in Internal Medicine”. This conference is intended for primary care internists, hospitalists, and subspecialists. It will feature educational and scientific sessions that will cover the recent advances in patient care both on a general Internal Medicine scope and within different areas of practice and subspecialties. In total, there will be over 200 different sessions physicians can attend to broaden their knowledge and improve their clinical skills.

The sessions will be held by a faculty of both nationally and internationally recognized educators. The sessions are delivered in a variety of different learning formats including Clinical Pearls, Clinical Skill Activities, and Multiple Small Feedings of the mind. The different formats offer the attendees the chance to attend sessions most valuable to them and the opportunity to get a more relevant and balanced experience.

The conference has different pricing options based on when you register and what your profession is.

Registration before 1/31/2019

  • MACP, FACP, ACP member: $679
  • Resident/Fellow Member, Emeritus Member: $289
  • Life Member, ACP Medical Student Member: FREE
  • Nonmember Intern, Resident, Research Fellow: $679
  • Medical Student Nonmember: $149
  • All other non-members: $999

Registration after 1/31/2019

  • MACP, FACP, ACP member: $759
  • Resident/Fellow Member, Emeritus Member: $289
  • Life Member, ACP Medical Student Member: FREE
  • Nonmember Intern, Resident, Research Fellow: $759
  • Medical Student Nonmember: $149
  • All other non-members: $999

Attendees can earn up to 30.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM and 30.5 MOC Points in the ABIM Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program. This conference presents a great opportunity for physicians to meet their CME and MOC requirements while enhancing their clinical skills and expanding their Internal Medicine knowledge.

25th Annual Update & Intensive Review of Internal Medicine

The 25th Annual Update & Intensive Review of Internal Medicine is a conference that will be held from June 17-21, 2019 in New York, NY.

This CME conference is designed to teach physicians about the latest advancements in Internal Medicine while also helping prepare them to pass the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) Boards or Recertification exams.

The conference will feature sessions and lectures that dive into all ABIM subspecialties including Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Hematology, Neurology, Oncology, Rheumatology, and more. Most sessions will be lectures given by the leading instructors and clinicians from the Columbia University Medical Center. In addition to the general lectures, there will be case-based question and answer sessions for each subspecialty that helps attendees to test their knowledge and ensure that they have taken away all key points from the sessions.

Attendees can earn up to 50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM and 45 MOC points in the ABIM MOC program by attending this course. This conference will help Internists meet their Annual ABIM and state licensing board requirements, while also improving their clinical skills in Internal Medicine and their subspecialty.