What Past Participants Said

What people are saying about last year’s program:

“I have attended two Topics in Internal Medicine conferences in the past few years. I have been impressed with the quality of the high yield information and practical focus.”

“Strong speakers, Nice location”


What people are saying about the 46th Topics in Internal Medicine Conference:

“Many practical topics were discussed with tons of take home practice points.”

“I am very impressed with UF’s overall performance and the way this conference was put together! It was well organized!”

“I enjoyed the presentations. The speakers were very eloquent and knowledgeable. The format of the course was excellent allowing the participants to have the afternoon off to enjoy Clearwater Beach”

“The program exceeded my expectations.”

“Glad I choose this CME!”

“Excellent Program Director. Topics presented in this program were very helpful to primary care physicians.”

“Thank for a great conference!”

“Very good speakers. Good topics. Enjoyed the conference!”

“Overall very good experience.”

“I think that overall the conference was great.”


What people said about the 45th Topics in Internal Medicine Conference


“Excellent material, enjoyed every presentation.”

“Very good program, A+”

“This was my first experience with UF. I will be back next year.”

“Overall excellent. Speakers are knowledgeable and provide evidence to support lectures.”

“Will be back next year.”

“Very interesting cases.”

“Always look forward to [the Great Cases] presentation.”

“Great speaker, well informed and info learned. Will definitely help my practice.”

“Great review. Very passionate speaker.”


What people said about the 44th Topics in Internal Medicine Conference

“Information was non-biased.”

“The presentations were practical and useful information and maintain the tradition of “Topics in Internal Medicine” ”

“Excellent conference – Good variety of updates in many specialties. ”

Overall a good comprehensive conference covered a wide range of topics.”

“Excellent management of the course as well as topic choices.”

“Very informative. Enthusiastic speakers. Love the new location.”

“Like lectures practical to everyday out patient medicine.”

“Excellent as always. Very interesting and practically valuable information. Very applicable to practice”

“Excellent use of case studies to teach topics. I like the casual style; fascinating content.”

“Great! Thought provoking.”

“Up to date. Excellent speaker!Useful information for practice”

“Wonderful – very clinically appropriate.”

“Nice review, practical and straight forward”

“High value, practical—keep doing!”

“Loved all the panel Q&A.”

“Great! Do not ever discontinue.”

“Great questions, excellent responses and discussion.”

“Very valuable”

“Magnificent. Superb. Essential. Long overdue.”

“Easy style – Great command of subject”

“Best talk on HIV ever”

What participants said about last year’s lectures:

Attend this year’s Topics Conference to hear all of these great speakers again!

HIV Update – Dr. Janelle

“Very informative! Provided much needed guidance for the primary care provider”

“Very helpful and dynamic speaker!”

“Energetic engaging speaker who is passionate about HIV care. A pleasure to hear Dr. Janelle speak again at this conference.”

“You can tell she LOVES what she does! Where can I get a transfusion of her energy?”

Acute Kidney Disease – Dr. Weiner

“New angle, new information, excellent.”

“Excellent and presentation format was easy to relate every day patients”


Atrial Fibrillation – Dr. Kaufmann

“Very good discussion risk calculation, how to approach with patient”


Update on Cancer – Dr. George

“My favorite lecture of entire conference, very stimulating; great speaker”

“He drove home the salient points for an internist to understand.”

“Amazing presentation for such a complex topic”

“Excellent session. Complex topic presented clearly and eloquently.”

Coversion, Munchausen’s, or Malingering? When to Be Suspicious – Dr. Shapiro

“A topic that is off the beaten path and so appreciated! This was very helpful in explaining the new DSM 5 criteria for somatic disorders.”

“This is a very important topic that is rarely addressed. Dr. Shapiro did a great job. He strikes just the right note.”

“Very informative.”