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  1. ARMY ACP 2013 Chapter Awards

  2. COL Kevin Abbott Surgeon General's Award for Military Academic Excellence(The Lewis AspeyMologne Award)

  3. Award Chair • LTC Ramey Wilson

  4. ARMY ACP Master Teacher Award 2013

  5. ARMY ACP Master Teacher Award 2013 • Army Internist • ACP member in the Rank of Fellow or Higher • Master Mentor and Teacher • Acclaimed as Inspirational by their Students • Significant Role in Education of Army Internists

  6. 2013 Master Teacher Award COL (Ret.) James L. Furgerson Cardiology Service Brook Army Medical Center

  7. Sampling of Accomplishments • Recognition By Students/Institution • Multiple Teaching Awards • 2007 Army A proficiency designator • 2007 The Surgeon General Physician Recognition Award • Scholarly Accomplishments in Education • Teaching and Evaluating Informed Consent. • Use of Videotaped Standardized Patient Interviews • Development of an Instrument to Test Knowledge in Exercise testing • Education Administrative Activities • 2004-2012 Cardiology Fellowship Program Director SAUSHEC. • Awarded 6 year accreditation under his leadership • >95% Board pass rate by his Fellows • Introduced Cardiac CT curriculum

  8. Master Teacher Award Subcommittee • Award Subcommittee Chair • COL Anthony S Ramage, DO • Eisenhower Army Medical Center • Award Subcommittee Member • COL Stephen Salerno, MD • Madigan Army Medical Center • COL Peter Skidmore, MD • Eisenhower Army Medical Center

  9. William Crosby Superiority in Research Award2013

  10. William Crosby Superiority in Research Award The Superiority in Research Award is designed to honor a member, fellow, or master of the Army Chapter of the ACP who has demonstrated excellence in the design, performance, and publication of peer reviewed research which exemplifies the characteristics displayed by COL William Crosby MC (Retired). The recipient should be recognized in both the military and civilian academic community as having made significant contributions to the scientific literature. This award recognizes research as a pivotal requirement of the Army Internist.

  11. COL William H. Crosby, Jr. COL Crosby was internationally recognized as an expert in Hematology -Established the Army Blood Banking Fellowship -Established hematology at WRAMC/WRAIR -Published over 300 manuscripts -Including large volume transfusions in the Korean Conflict -Patented a capsule to diagnose sprue -Regimental Surgeon in World War II

  12. William Crosby Superiority in Research Award 2013 LTC Todd C. Villines,MD Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

  13. Sampling of Accomplishments • 73 peer-reviewed publications • 1 book along with 5 book chapters, 2 invited editorials, 66 published abstracts, and over 70 scientific presentations/invited presentations/invited meeting faculty • Assistant or associate editor for 5 journals and reviewer for 22 other journals • 10 mentored award-winning research

  14. Award Subcommittee • Award Subcommittee Chair • COL Clint Murray • Chief of Infectious Disease, BAMC • Award Subcommittee Members • COL Stephen Harrison • Chief of Hepatology, BAMC • LTC(P) Kevin Chung • United States Army Institute of Clinical Research

  15. Colonel Robert H. Moser Award

  16. COL Robert H. Moser Award The COLONEL ROBERT H. MOSER AWARD is designed to honor an Army Captain or Major. The award honors an outstanding General Internist for superior clinical practice in the following areas: • Clinical Competence • Professionalism • Humanistic Values • Teaching Excellence • Community Service • Research • Contributions to Military Medicine

  17. COL Robert H. Moser Graduated from Georgetown University Medical School in 1948 Battalion surgeon in Korea in 1950 Earned seven battle stars and other commendations Trained in Pulmonary medicine Cardiovascular disease at BAMC Clinical hematology at the University of Utah Program Director for three Army IM Residency Programs Flight control for NASA Mercury program Editor of JAMA Executive Vice President for the American College of Physicians Passed away this summer at the age of 90

  18. COL Robert H. Moser Award2013 MAJOR JOSHUA MITCHELL Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

  19. Sampling of Accomplishments • Professional/Clinical • Distinguished Honor Graduate: Flight Surgeon • Battalion Surgeon: 3Rd Battalion/75th Ranger Regiment/3 Deployments • Designed & restructured Medical Home Team/MEB Process/Medic training • Staff General Internist and Core Faculty member @ Walter Reed • Research • 9 peer-reviewed articles ranging from operational tactics (FA), operational medicine, and clinical/hospital-based disciplines. • FDA investigator of Freeze Dried Plasma • Extensive research in Thromboprophylaxis and VTE • Community: • Obesity Outreach Program and healthy living for children • Girls Soccer Coach

  20. Award Subcommittee • COL Christos Hatzigeorgiou, DO,MPH,FACP • Chief, Internal Medicine, EAMC • MAJ Erik Manninen, MD, FACP • Program Director, IM Residency, WBAMC • MAJ Jason Sapp, MD, FACP • Associate Program Director, TY program, MAMC

  21. Excellence in Operational Medicine Award

  22. Excellence in Operational Medicine Award • Demonstration of a recurring commitment to service in Operational Medicine environments • Holding positions of increasing responsibility in Operational Medicine environments • Demonstration of innovation in improving patient care delivery in operational environment • Commitment to teaching Operational Medicine to other health care professionals, through publications and/or formal educational seminars

  23. 2013 Excellence in Operational Medicine Award MAJ Jason Reese Fort Lewis, WA

  24. Sampling of Accomplishments • As the Flight Surgeon for the 4th BN, 160th SOAR(ABN), MAJ Reese has demonstrated unmatched excellence in operational medicine • He leads a clinic that supports a population of 600 Soldiers • He created a program that added annual mental health assessments into annual periodic health assessments (PHA) • He developed a comprehensive eight-stage human performance test that has been integrated into the annual physical requirements of the BN – resulting in reduced injury and increased readiness • He has developed an operational medicine rotation for interns conducting GME at Madigan Army Medical Center

  25. Award Subcommittee • Award Subcommittee Chair: • LTC(P) Richard Malish • Fort Stewart, GA • Award Subcommittee Members • COL Edward Michaud • Fort Sam Houston, TX • MAJ Thomas Hoffmann • Fort Sam Houston, TX

  26. Clinical Vignette Competition • Chair: MAJ Nicholas Ondrasik, WBAMC • Committee Members: • MAJ Lakeesha Lockett, WBAMC • MAJ Joe Cheatham, WRNMMC • MAJ Valerie Pires, TAMC • MAJ Jason Sapp, MAMC • MAJ James Watts, SAMMC • LTC Kep Davis, DDEAMC

  27. 3rd Place CPT Brian Pomerantz, MAMC “Secondary Pneumothorax During Flight: A Late Complication of H1N1 Associated ARDS”

  28. 2nd Place CPT Evelyn Slaughter, MAMC “A Rare Case of Amiodarone Induced SIADH”

  29. Clinical Vignette Winner CPT Mario Morales, SAMMC “Cancer, Worms, and Asthma – Allergic Bronchopulmonary Mycosis from Bipolaris Species Masquerading as a Lung Mass”

  30. Research Podium Competition • …announcement to follow after Doctor’s Dilemma Competition

  31. Please Join Us in Congratulating all Award Winners