Updates in Rheumatology & Neurology: Practical Pearls
Agenda Announcement

Saturday, July 29, 2023
9am - 4pm EST
Overview of Rheumatologic Conditions for the Podiatric Physician | Mike Katsaros, DO
Examination Findings and Conservative Management of the Rheumatoid Foot | Adrienne Estes, DPM
Rheumatoid Surgical Reconstruction of the Foot
John Visser, DPM
Update on Seronegative Arthropathies
Mike Katsaros, DO
11:30 – 12pm
Anatomical Changes Associated with Rheumatoid Arthritis Using Anatomage Virtual Dissection Table
Hooman Mir, DPM
1 – 2pm
Overview of Neurologic Conditions for the Podiatric Physician | Suhad Hadi, DPM
2 – 2:30pm
Treatment Update in Diabetic Neuropathy
Kara Mizokami-Stout, MD
Special Cases in Foot and Ankle Surgical Management of Neurology Patient | John Visser, DPM
3 – 3:30pm
Gait and Movement Observations in Neurology
Allison Boyle, MD
From Head to Toe: What the Podiatrist Needs to Know About Migraine Headaches | Leon Moskatel, MD
We Hear You...
Getting Your Bylaws Questions Answered

The Bylaws Committee thanks you for your inquiries and actively engaging with the proposed changes to the ACPM Bylaws.

Below are a few questions we have received from our Fellows and we strive to ensure all are well-informed in order to provide an optimal continued learning experience within our organization.
Q: Is APMA membership mandatory if I am only interested in ACPM membership?
A: APMA membership is no longer required for any ACPM member category, including Fellow, Member (non-board certified), Resident or Student Member.

Q: I am board certified by the American Board of Lower Extremity Medicine and Surgery; am I eligible for ACPM membership?
A: Yes, any podiatric physician certified by any podiatry-related board is eligible for ACPM Fellowship.

Q: Why are these changes being proposed?
A: The College was faced with issues of Fellow retention and recruitment due to our members’ concerns regarding financial obligations (required national organization dues). In addition, the College wishes to be more inclusive of all colleagues interested in our mission to participate in multidisciplinary education and increased interprofessional collaboration. 
We will continue to share answers to questions received at [email protected].

Ballots and instructions on how to cast your vote will me emailed to each voting member in June and will be due 35 (thirty-five) days after receipt
It's Time to Throw Down the Lecture Gauntlet!

The ACPM Resident Lecture Competition is a quarterly event for podiatric residents to submit full lecture presentations (1hr) to the ACPM e-Learning POD in a scientific topic area of their choice.

We are currently accepting presentations from April 1 – June 30, 2023. The top 3 will be chosen by members of the ACPM Education Committee.

1st place: $250 award | 2nd place: $150 award | 3rd place: $100

The 1st place winner also will earn an ACPM residency spotlight which will be sent via email to the ACPM Fellow Membership, as well as a featured article on the ACPM website.

Student and Resident members of ACPM receive incredible FREE benefits including membership to Student Chapters, Scholarship Opportunities, Free Attendance to Virtual Meetings and additional learning resources.

If you work with podiatric students and/or residents, please share our STUDENT AND RESIDENT MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION WEBPAGE
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Articles Worth Sharing
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