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The WMC provides a forum where our next generation AAPI leaders can network, exchange innovative ideas, and help shape the national dialogue on the future of medicine. It is a must attend event with interactive social and clinical content created specifically for our Young Physicians.
The upcoming WMC will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Encore Hotel
During Valentine's weekend, Friday February 10th – Sunday February 12th 2017
Deadline for discounted room rates is Feb 8, 2017
Super Early Registration ** (through October 26)
Early Registration (through Dec 12 - 12 Noon CST/1 pm EST)
Regular Registration (through Jan 31 - 12 Noon CST/1 pm EST)
(Feb 1 -8 - 8 pm CST/9 pm EST)
Feb 9 onward
Non members can become members online. Membership valid thru June 30, 2017.
WINTER MEDICAL CONFERENCE AGENDA
Friday, February 10 2017
1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Tables in front of Chopin Ballroom
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Welcome Mixer at Lavo Casino Club
3325 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Tao Night Club (Guest list entry)
The Grand Canal Shoppes, 3377 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Saturday, February 11 2017
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
9:30 am- 10:30 am
Foyer outside Chopin
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Harvard-Based Leadership Training: Part I
12:00 pm - 12:45 pm
Keynote Speaker: Congresswoman Dina Titus
12:45 pm - 2:00 pm
Lunch & Research Symposium
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Panel: Young and Successful under 40
3:15 pm - 4:30 pm
Dr. Pat Basu and Dr. Sachin Jain
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Harvard-Based Leadership Training: Part II
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Dinner at Tamba Indian Restaurant
3743 S Las Vegas Blvd #205, Las Vegas, NV 89109
10:30 pm onwards…
VIP experience at Marquee Night Club
YOU MUST BE OUTSIDE MARQUEE WITH AAPI BY 11:00PM sharp for guaranteed entry
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Sunday, February 12 2017
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Foyer outside Chopin 1-4
Matching into Residency:
Winning the Game
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Mock Residency Interviews
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Practice Essentials for the Aspiring and Young Physician
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Succeeding at Startups in Healthcare
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
WMC Wrap Up Mixer
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
10:00 pm onwards...
Disclaimer: Registrants MUST be registered for the WMC 2017 conference to participate and there will be ID and registration checks on-site. The event is limited to the first 25 men and 25 women who register for the singles event.
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AAPI YPS/MSRF Sponsorship Packages
Diamond - Tier 1 Package - $15,000
The Diamond Package is the highest level of Sponsorship with the most comprehensive reach to the YPS/MSRF membership and network.
The Diamond Package includes:
Platinum - Tier 2 Package - $10,000
The Platinum Package is the 2nd highest level of Sponsorship providing quality opportunity to present your message to our membership and network during the conference.
The Platinum Package includes:
Gold - Tier 3 Package - $ 5,000
The Gold Package is the next highest level of Sponsorship providing quality opportunity to display your message to our membership and network during the conference.
The Gold Package includes:
Silver - Tier 4 Package - $ 2,500
The Silver Package includes:
Digital Marketing Sponsorship
Spotlight Digital Sponsor Package - $5,000:
Group Digital Sponsor Package - $1,000:
This package allows you to be included amongst other sponsors in a strategic corporate marketing group. The group’s marketing campaign, collectively will be sent out via email to our actively updated YPS/MSRF membership base.
Official YPS/MSRF National Convention Guide:
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Any fees paid for registration for the AAPI YPS/MSRF Winter Medical Conference are non-refundable. Registration for the AAPI YPS/MSRF Winter Medical Conference for those registering as a member of AAPI, AAPI YPS, or AAPI MSRF will be contingent upon proof of identification, proof of registration, and proof of membership with AAPI, AAPI YPS, or AAPI MSRF. Registration for the AAPI YPS/MSRF Winter Medical Conference for those registering as a non-member of AAPI, AAPI YPS, or AAPI MSRF will be contingent upon proof of identification and proof of registration. If sufficient proof can not be provided or verified, registration will be subject to cancellation with forfeit of any money paid. AAPI, AAPI YPS, and AAPI MSRF will not be held liable for any losses, damages, or inconveniences that may incur to registrant due to cancelled or forfeited registration. AAPI, AAPI YPS, and AAPI MSRF will not be held liable for any loses, damages, injuries, or inconveniences that may result if registrant is found to be behaving inappropriately or acting in a manner that would be considered anti-social, hostile, and potentially harmful to others or themselves. Registration will be subject to cancellation if registrant is found to be behaving inappropriately or acting in a manner that would be considered anti-social, hostile, and potentially harmful to others or themselves. AAPI, AAPI YPS, and AAPI MSRF will not be liable or responsible for damages or injury caused by any unlawful act that may be perpetrated by registrant. Additionally, if registrant is found to be possibly behaving in an unlawful manner, registrant's registration and participation in the AAPI YPS/MSRF Winter Medical Conference from February 10 through February 12, 2017 will be subject to cancellation with removal of registrant from the AAPI YPS/MSRF Winter Medical Conference.
All medical student (includes medical students enrolled in joint degree programs, e.g., MD/PhD, MD/MPH, etc.), resident, fellow and international medical graduate (ECFMG-certified candidates who are awaiting residency) and physicians are invited to submit abstracts of their scientific research. You must be present to discuss your research during the symposium. Another individual may not present in your place.
(1) The research, abstract and poster are your original work or original work conducted by you and other authors; and
(2) All co-authors are appropriately credited for their contributions and have been informed of the submission. Violation of these requirements will result in disqualification from the symposium.
All deadlines are 11:59 PM Eastern time on December 13th, 2015, as stated on the AAPI website. Abstract criteria: Once an abstract is submitted, it cannot be modified (i.e., an updated version will not be accepted later, even if it is before the submission deadline). Please thoroughly proofread your abstract before submitting it. Only the first author will be able to present if accepted; co-presentations will not be allowed.
Research will be submitted in one of three categories. Choose the single most appropriate category from the segment to which you belong:
Submitted abstracts must conform exactly to the formatting guidelines listed below (also see abstract format example, on page 4). Abstracts that do not meet these requirements will be rejected. Font and spacing: The entire abstract must be composed in 10-point, Arial font and must be doublespaced with 1”margins.
Further instructions for format for abstracts in clinical medicine or basic science categories: Reports of original data should include an abstract of no more than 300 words using the headings listed as below. For brevity, parts of the abstract may be written as phrases rather than complete sentences. Each section should include the content listed below. If there are sections that are not applicable, please mark as N/A.
Category: Indicate category of research. Choose the single most appropriate category from the segment to which you belong:
Title: Center and bold the abstract title.
Author information: List authors and their affiliations under the title. The member presenting the abstract must be listed as the first author; the principal investigator must be listed as the last author. Include your phone number, most frequently checked email address, and yearinschool (e.g., M3) or program year immediately below the author information.
Importance/Background: The abstract should begin with a sentence or two explaining the clinical (or other) importance of the study question.
Objective: State the precise objective or study question addressed in the report (e.g., “To determine whether…”). If more than one objective is addressed, the main objective should be indicated and only key secondary objectives stated. If an a priori hypothesis was tested, it should be stated.
Design/Method: Describe the basic design/methodology of the study. State the years of the study and the duration of follow-up. If applicable, include the name of the study (e.g., the Framingham Heart Study). As relevant, indicate whether observers were blinded to patient groupings, particularly for subjective measurements.
Setting: Describe the study setting to assist readers to determine the applicability of the report to other circumstances, for example, general community, a primary care or referral center, private or institutional practice, or ambulatory or hospitalized care.
Results:The main outcomes of the study should be reported and quantified, including baseline characteristics and final included/analyzed sample. Include absolute numbers and measures of absolute risks (such as increase/decrease or absolute differences between groups), along with confidence intervals (for example, 95 percent) or P values. Approaches such as number needed to treat to achieve a unit of benefit may be included when appropriate. Measures of relative risk also may be reported (e.g., relative risk, hazard ratios) and should include confidence intervals. Studies of screening and diagnostic tests should report sensitivity, specificity and likelihood ratio. If predictive value or accuracy is reported, prevalence or pretest likelihood should be given as well. All randomized controlled trials should include the results of intention-to-treat analysis, and all surveys should include response rates.
Conclusions and relevance/Discussion and Conclusion:Provide only conclusions of the study that are directly supported by the results. Give equal emphasis to positive and negative findings of equal scientific merit. Also, provide a statement of relevance indicating implications for clinical practice or health policy, avoiding speculation and overgeneralization. The relevance statement may also indicate whether additional study is required before the information should be used in clinical settings.
For clinical trials, please include the name of the trial registry, registration number and URL of the registry, if available.
An example abstract can be found by clicking here.
Further instructions for format for abstracts in clinical vignette category: Reports should include an abstract of no more than 300 words using the headings listed as below. For brevity, parts of the abstract may be written as phrases rather than complete sentences. Each section should include the content listed below. If there are sections that are not applicable, please mark as N/A.
Title: Center and bold the abstract title.
Importance/Background: Provide a brief introduction to your case Presentation of the case: Briefly describe your case
Discussion and Conclusion: Discuss why your case is relevant and in one or two sentences, describe your conclusion
Criteria and judging:During the scheduled poster session, authors must be available for questions during this time and must prepare a 2–4 minute overview of their posters for the judges. Presenters should also be prepared to answers questions about their research. Evaluation of abstracts and posters will be based on the following criteria:
Poster presentation Preparation :Abstracts chosen for poster presentation at the symposium must be prepared in advance on a poster board, and fit in a space of 45"wide x 45"high. Posters may be in a single sheet or in multiple panels, as long as they adhere to the size restrictions.
Display: Poster presentation participants must be present to discuss their research during the scheduled viewing. Review the event schedule online for the full schedule, including set-up times and awards presentation.
Removal: All posters must be removed immediately after the poster viewing.
(Feb 1 - 8- 8 pm CST/9 pm EST)
Feb 9 Onward
AAPI Young Physician members (Qualifications are those that are in their first 8 years out of training from residency/fellowship.)
For Young Physicians: Confirmation of YPS status is required in the form of a training completion certificate. Please UPLOAD residency/fellowship graduation certificate to email@example.com, and bring photocopy with you to event registration
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AAPI Medical Students, Residents & Fellows (Please bring letter from school with year of graduation or Medical Student/ Resident Fellow ID badge.)
For Medical Students: Confirmation of Medical Student status is required in the form of a school letter on official letterhead with start date and projected end date, along with valid medical school ID. Please UPLOAD valid ID and bring ID with you to event registration.
For Residents/Fellow: Confirmation of Resident status, including program name/location, specialty, start date & projected end date in the form of a letter from residency coordinator on official letterhead along with valid Resident ID is required. Please UPLOAD valid ID and bring with you to event registration.
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If you are a parent AAPI member you can still Register for the Winter Medical Conference. Please Click on the button Above to Register.
If you are a non-member you can still Register for the Winter Medical Conference. Please Click on the button Above to Register.
Disclaimer: Registrants MUST be registered for the WMC 2017 conference to participate and there will be ID and registration checks on-site. The event is limited to the first 25 men and 25 women who register for the singles mixer.
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Wynn | Encore
3131 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89109, US
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