Save the Date to report on meeting of largest medical specialty organization in US

January 12, 2017

Health care journalists can report on a broad array of clinical and policy topics and interview expert physician leaders at Internal Medicine Meeting 2017, the annual scientific meeting of the American College of Physicians (ACP), March 30 - April1 1, in San Diego (Thursday through Saturday) at the San Diego Convention Center.

You can register now for a press credential, search for sessions, and make travel plans and hotel reservations. In mid-February, you will receive an electronic press kit with more details about Internal Medicine Meeting 2017. Don't miss this opportunity to report on health issues affecting adults and adolescents. Press attendance is subject to ACP's media policy.

ACP is the largest medical specialty organization in the U.S. Follow ACP on Twitter and Facebook. The Internal Medicine Meeting 2017 Twitter hashtag is #im2017.
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