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Dr. Razia Jayman Aristide reflected on her needs, assessed her personal and professional goals, wrote the most important in pen and has created the work-life integration she needs.  What was her anchor?  How did she determine her needs?  Where did she seek support?  Dr. Aristide shares tips for a professional and personal journey that apply to everyone from Medical Students to physicians considering retirement!
Every year, NYACP welcomes Resident physicians from New York State programs to the Steven Walerstein, MD, MACP Advocacy Internship.   It's a great opportunity to develop advocacy skills and become more informed about issues that are important to physicians and patients.  Hear from 2 of this year's interns about their experiences and what inspired them to become involved.  
Paula Lester, MD, FACP, Chair of the NYACP Geriatrics Task Force wished for Geriatricians to have a seat at the table with decision makers.  Through patience, perseverance, and building relationships, the Task Force is elated to announce that they now have an NYACP representative on the NYS Re-imagining Long Term Care Task Force.  What did it take?  How did it feel when the bill was signed?  What's next?  Find out more from an exuberant Dr. Lester.  Her energy is contagious!
Medical Student Alan Aboud meets with Dr. Inderpal Chhabra to learn how to approach private practice in today's landscape.  Together they dispel the myths, discuss the challenges and share the benefits of being in private practice!
Medical Student Alan Aboud meets with Dr. Inderpal Chhabra to find out the secrets of success in private practice.  Learn about the must-read magazines, marketing, HR, billing, and the resources he relies upon!
NYACP welcomes Ola Kalu and Rosie love as Health Disparities Fellows from the SUNY Albany Center for the Elimination of Minority Health Disparities.  We are so grateful for their ideas and contributions!  Hear their stories and learn from their expertise and experiences.  
Sarah Theiner asks Maria Maldonado, MD, FACP about her career journey in Primary Care, Medical Education, and as a Health and Wellness coach.  She also gives us her vision of the future of Medical Education.Dr. Maldonado shares the importance of communication with patients and how to start building the necessary skills.  Find out what one patient asked that she will carry with her forever.  
Sarah Theiner continues her conversation with Maria Maldonado, MD, FACP by diving deeper into how she approaches the concerns facing physicians and medical students.  This is a great discussion no matter where you are on your career journey!  Topics include:- Narrative Medicine- Advocating for yourself and your patients- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion- Advice for creating your authentic aspiration"I honestly think that if all of us got together, we could really disrupt the system...We need to really own the power that we have and it starts with the individual decisions that you make for yourself." - Dr. Maria Maldonado
Host - Hudson Lee, MS2, Weill Cornell Medical CollegeGuest - Aaron Glatt, MD, MACP, FIDSA, FSHEA, Chair, Dept. of Medicine, Chief, Infectious Diseases and Hospital Epidemiologist at Mount Sinai South Nassau
Host - Hudson Lee, MS2, Weill Cornell Medical CollegeGuest - Aaron Glatt, MD, MACP, FIDSA, FSHEA, Chair, Dept. of Medicine, Chief, Infectious Diseases and Hospital Epidemiologist at Mount Sinai South Nassau
COVID in Children

COVID in Children

2021-09-0108:55

Host - Hudson Lee, MS2, Weill Cornell Medical CollegeGuest - Aaron Glatt, MD, MACP, FIDSA, FSHEA, Chair, Dept. of Medicine, Chief, Infectious Diseases and Hospital Epidemiologist at Mount Sinai South Nassau
Host - Hudson Lee, MS2, Weill Cornell Medical CollegeGuest - Aaron Glatt, MD, MACP, FIDSA, FSHEA, Chair, Dept. of Medicine, Chief, Infectious Diseases and Hospital Epidemiologist at Mount Sinai South Nassau
Host - Hudson Lee, MS2, Weill Cornell Medical CollegeGuest - Aaron Glatt, MD, MACP, FIDSA, FSHEA, Chair, Dept. of Medicine, Chief, Infectious Diseases and Hospital Epidemiologist at Mount Sinai South Nassau
Host - Hudson Lee, MS2, Weill Cornell Medical CollegeGuest - Aaron Glatt, MD, MACP, FIDSA, FSHEA, Chair, Dept. of Medicine, Chief, Infectious Diseases and Hospital Epidemiologist at Mount Sinai South Nassau
What is the most important thing you can do as an intern?Who could run the world?How are the incidents of colon cancer changing?Where do breath detection and AI fit with GI?Join physician, NYACP member, and seasoned radio host Mark Pochapin, MD, FACP, FACG for pearls of wisdom and a journey through Gastroenterology.  
Each year the New York Chapter of the American College of Physicians welcomes between 3 and 6 medical students and residents to spend a month rotating with our Executive Director and staff researching policy, reviewing proposed legislation, meeting with regulators and legislators, and understanding how to best represent patient interests as healthcare policy is formulated.Learn about personal experiences in advocacy from 3 of the 2021  participants in the Steven Walerstein, MD, MACP, Advocacy Internship along with our 2021 Health Disparities Fellow.
NYACP Medical Student Member, Peter Bhandari, gets to know Dr. Evan Siau.  When he shares his love of being a Hospitalist, we also learn about his unique background that gives him a global perspective.  Medical Students, Dr. Siau has some great questions that he recommends asking yourself as you make decisions about your career path!
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