Board certified Internal medicine physician, Doctor Kayode Sotonwa shares information on the recent American College of Physicians’ Internal Medicine Meeting.
As a medical professional, Doctor Kayode Sotonwa has always made it a priority to pursue ways to expand his knowledge in the medical field and also to learn about all of the newest developments, trends, research, and discoveries in healthcare that can help the field of medicine grow and enhance his own role as an internal medicine physician. For this reason, Doctor Sotonwa makes sure that each year he takes the time to attend a number of the top conventions, meetings, events, and conferences that deal with medicine, healthcare professions, and new and compelling research in these fields. So far in 2015, Doctor Sotonwa has already attended several such events, with one of the most extraordinary being the annual American College of Physicians’ Internal Medicine Meeting 2015.
The attendees, including board certified Internist Doctor Kayode Sotonwa from all around the world to participate in these special sessions, and were able to appreciate a number of other unique options at the event as well from the national abstract competitions to a timeline of ACP history. There was even a Jeopardy-style game that challenged medical students to show off their growing knowledge. Overall, the weekend was one that invited healthcare professionals to expand their knowledge and further celebrate their love of medicine, and to connect with others in the field as well. Dr. Sotonwa appreciated the opportunity to participate in this annually anticipated event, and looks forward to attending again in the future to further explore the world of medicine with his colleagues.
Doctor Kayode Sotonwa has spent 25 years in the field of internal medicine, traveling all over the world to practice, learn, and teach others about the field. He is an innovative medical mind and even today devotes his free time to learning about the newest developments in medicine and inspiring new generations of medical professionals to explore how they can change the world of medicine for the better.