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ONLINE NEWSLETTER PUBLICATIONS ABOUT ME BY ACP (AMERICAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS) IN THEIR ACP ILLINOIS SOUTHERN REGION “THE DOWNSTATE DIALOUGE” NOV 2015.

  • These publications about me were written by Janet A. Jokela, MD, MPH, FACP; Governor, Downstate Region Illinois Chapter, American College of Physicians

  • Research poster presentation Competition 2015: First place: Harsha Moole, MD—UICOMP. As a principal investigator, my research poster presentation on ‘Efficacy of preoperative biliary drainage in patients with malignant biliary strictures: a systematic review and meta-analysis’ Won the 1st place among 100+ posters presented at ACP Illinois downstate conference. The winners are selected by a 10 member peer review committee of physicians, after their assessment based on the merit of the research work. The conference was attended by atleast 400 physicians, medical residents and medical students. By winning the 1st place, this poster gained eligibility to compete at the national ACP meeting 2016. The same poster abstract was published by ACP in their 563 page online open access PDF document “American College of Physicians – Abstract Submissions 2016 – Residents”, as an ACP Illinois Chapter Finalist.

  • Research poster presentation competition 2015: Third place: Amy Jaeger, Harsha Moole, MD—UICOMP. As a principal investigator, my research poster presentation on ‘Inhaled mannitol for patients with cystic fibrosis: a systematic review and meta-analysis’ Won the 3rd place among 100+ posters presented at ACP Illinois downstate conference. The winners are selected by a 10 member peer review committee of physicians, after their assessment based on the merit of the research work. The conference was attended by atleast 400 physicians, medical residents and medical students.

  • Doctor’s Dilemma® Winning Team 2015: UICOMP, Harsha Moole, MD, Manasa Kandula, MD, Anita Ahuja, MD. I was the team lead of a three member Doctor’s Dilemma team representing UICOMP, that won the first place in the medical and research quiz competition, competing against rest of the medical universities in Southern Illinois region, including but not limited to University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Southern Illinois University. I was selected by a panel of academic heads of the Medicine department at University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria to lead UICOMP’s team. Selection is based on the panel member’s assessment of the intellectual, clinical, research, problem solving, skills of all the 72 house staff members at UICOMP. Having won the ACP Illinois downstate competition, my team gained eligibility to represent ACP Illinois chapter at the ACP national convention in Washington DC 2016.

  • Also known as Medical Jeopardy, ACP Doctor's Dilemma® is held each year at the scientific Internal Medicine Meeting with up to 50 teams of residents from around the world compete for the title of national champion. The same style questions used in the competition are now available in an online game. The annual ACP Doctor's Dilemma Competition is a hallmark program for the College. Held each year at the annual Internal Medicine Meeting, it brings together some of the brightest residents from around the world in a friendly, but highly competitive, environment. The competition tests the medical knowledge of up to 50 teams, each representing an ACP chapter. After three days of competition, the winning team is awarded the coveted "Osler Cup" and is granted a place in ACP history. To participate in the competition, a team must be nominated by their local ACP chapter. Teams are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until all of the slots are filled. All team members must be active ACP Resident/Fellow Members. Each Doctor’s Dilemma game will be monitored by 2-3 Judges. Judges are ACP members with substantial medical knowledge who volunteer to serve in this role. Judges will receive the game questions and answers in advance of the competition, so they can review the content and make informed decisions during the games. If a team’s answer does not exactly match the acceptable answers provided to the moderator on the official answer sheet, the moderator may defer to the game judges. The judges determine if an answer is acceptable. All judges’ decisions are final. The audience of this quiz competition include >200 physicians, house staff members and medical students.

  • Outstanding Resident of UICOMP 2015: Harsha Moole, MD, UICOMP; This is the award given to the most accomplished, best of the best house staff members of UICOMP. Only one house staff member gets this award per year and I received it in 2015, among the 72 medical house staff members. The selection is based on a blinded voting system. People eligible to vote include attending physicians, faculty at UICOMP, and house staff members, together add up to around 100 members. The selection criterion for the award include, but are not limited to medical clinical skills superiority, research accomplishments, ability to work as an effective team member, ability to effectively deliver patient care, patient care interactions with staff, practicing evidence based medicine, participating and promoting academic events at the university, teaching responsibility – towards medical students, peers, staff members.

 

 

ONLINE NEWSLETTER PUBLICATION ABOUT ME BY ACP (AMERICAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS) IN THEIR ACP ILLINOIS SOUTHERN REGION “THE DOWNSTATE DIALOGUE”, NOV 2013

  • This publication about me was written by Janet A. Jokela, MD, MPH, FACP; Governor, Downstate Region Illinois Chapter, American College of Physicians

  • Doctor’s Dilemma Winning Team 2013: UICOMP, Harsha Moole, MD, Heena Birbal, MD, Jaini Sutaria, MD. I was the team lead of a three member Doctor’s Dilemma team representing UICOMP, that won the first place in the medical and research quiz competition, competing against rest of the medical universities in Southern Illinois region, including but not limited to University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Southern Illinois University. I was selected by a panel of academic heads of the Medicine department at University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria to lead UICOMP’s team. Selection is based on the panel member’s assessment of the intellectual, clinical, research, problem solving, skills of all the 72 house staff members at UICOMP. Having won the ACP Illinois downstate competition, my team gained eligibility to represent ACP Illinois chapter at the ACP national convention in Orlando Florida, 2014. Also known as Medical Jeopardy, ACP Doctor's Dilemma® is held each year at the scientific Internal Medicine Meeting with up to 50 teams of residents from around the world compete for the title of national champion. The same style questions used in the competition are now available in an online game. The annual ACP Doctor's Dilemma Competition is a hallmark program for the College. Held each year at the annual Internal Medicine Meeting, it brings together some of the brightest residents from around the world in a friendly, but highly competitive, environment. The competition tests the medical knowledge of up to 50 teams, each representing an ACP chapter. After three days of competition, the winning team is awarded the coveted "Osler Cup" and is granted a place in ACP history. To participate in the competition, a team must be nominated by their local ACP chapter. Teams are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until all of the slots are filled. All team members must be active ACP Resident/Fellow Members. Each Doctor’s Dilemma game will be monitored by 2-3 Judges. Judges are ACP members with substantial medical knowledge who volunteer to serve in this role. Judges will receive the game questions and answers in advance of the competition, so they can review the content and make informed decisions during the games. If a team’s answer does not exactly match the acceptable answers provided to the moderator on the official answer sheet, the moderator may defer to the game judges. The judges determine if an answer is acceptable. All judges’ decisions are final. The audience of this quiz competition include >200 physicians, house staff members and medical students.

 

 

ONLINE NEWSLETTER PUBLICATION ABOUT ME BY ACP (AMERICAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS) ILLINOIS SOUTHERN REGION, MAY 2016:

  • “Our Downstate IL Resident team from University of Illinois College of Medicine-Peoria competed in the national Doctor's Dilemma competition: Harsha Moole, MD, Manasa Kandula, MD, Anita Ahuja, MD. Thank you for representing us!” This was a recognition to the Doctors Dilemma team of UICOMP for which I was the lead member, for winning the local chapter’s medical and research quiz competition and representing the ACP Illinois Chapter at the ACP National meeting.

  • This publication about me was written by Janet A. Jokela, MD, MPH, FACP; Governor, Downstate Region Illinois Chapter, American College of Physicians

 

ONLINE NEWSLETTER PUBLICATION ABOUT ME BY ACP (AMERICAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS), 2016:

  • Recognition for winning the “ACP ILLINOIS RESEARCH POSTER FINALIST -  Harsha Moole, MD” - Efficacy of preoperative biliary drainage in malignant obstructive jaundice: A meta-analysis and systematic review.

  • The same research poster abstract was published by ACP in their 563 page online open access PDF document “American College of Physicians – Abstract Submissions 2016 – Residents”, as an ACP Illinois Chapter Finalist.

SOCIAL MEDIA:

  • My publication on chronic pancreatitis published in ‘Pancreas’ journal, was the most popular article of the issue, as mentioned by the Pancreas journal in their twitter account.

  • During Ebola viral epidemic in 2015, when the entire world was in a state of shock due to the limited knowledge humanity had regarding this deadly virus, my research work on Ebola was the first systematic review and meta-analysis in the world, to help answer key questions about symptom based patient triage, allocation of resources, provide direction for future research. This work was recognized by publication in an international peer reviewed journal ‘JCHIMP’, podium presentation at UICOMP annual research symposium 2015 (<10% acceptance, >500 eminent visitors). Prolific online presence ( >2500 online reads, tweets, Facebook, citations)

  • Creator and Editor in Chief of online education blog: Chronicles of my residency. Web address: uicompim.blogspot.com. The blog posts all the basic/curious/interesting internal medicine encounters at UICOMP. The online blog page has more than 4002 views since the time of incorporation in 2015.

NEWSPAPER ARTICLES ABOUT ME – EAMCET AND SCHOOL: 

  • New paper article was published about me, with my passport size photograph, in a Indian National newspaper – as a recognition of my achievement in EAMCET 2004 (equivalent of MCAT in USA). I ranked 332 among 52,972 test takers. Engineering Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance Test, commonly called as EAMCET, is an entrance examination required for admission to some engineering and medical colleges in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, India. The test was conducted at 325 examination centres in 17 regional centres across the State. In the engineering stream 1,09,223 students wrote the test while 52,972 sat for the medical test. The EAMCET is a yearly examination taken by a large number of engineering and medical aspirants in Andhra Pradesh. Presently the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad (JNTUH) conducts the examination. This is the entrance exam for engineering ('E' category) and medicine ('AM' category: Agriculture and Medicine). This exam is based on "Multiple choice Questions" type.

  • As a class representative, I played a key role in organizing a social awareness event , as a part of my schools community service program. 4’’x6” picture of me leading my school team, with my colleagues was published in a Indian national news paper, in the year 2001

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