2024 Spring Meetings


2024 Spring Meetings 

Our two Virtual Spring Meetings: the 2024 Internal Medicine Comprehensive Update and the 2024 Clinical Challenges in Hospital Medicine are now available on-demand! Available through July 31. Both meetings offer AOA Category 1A Credits / AMA-PRA Category 1 Credits™.   


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Looking to earn CME now? Check out the wide selection of paid and free content on our Online Learning Center. Take advantage of the ACOI DEA Bundle featured on the homepage, which fulfills the MATE/DEA requirements. Try our new courses on pain management and diabetes, or the most popular sessions from previous meetings like ACOI 2023.



Productivity Hacks for the Physician

One important topic that I was never formally taught in medical school (nor were any of the physician colleagues that I have spoken with about the subject) was productivity. Interestingly, productivity is an important topic to physician employers.

My Journey

In my quest to hold everything together I had forgotten how to take care of myself. In medicine it is often considered a badge of honor to realize at the end of a twelve-hour shift that you haven’t gotten a chance to use the restroom or eat. I learned to question the notion that not attending to normal bodily functions was somehow honorable. I learned to confront the culture in medicine many of us were brought up in; a culture that leads us towards burnout.

Dr. Joseph Salhab is Helping Millions Embrace Gut Health Education through Social Media

Just over two years ago Joseph Salhab, DO, noticed an uptick of people on various social media channels looking for gut health advice. He became concerned by the inaccurate information being posted as responses to questions, mainly because physicians weren’t part of the conversations.

Stay True to Why You Pursued Medicine.