Davoren Chick M.D. named to new role with ACP

July 20, 2017  //  FOUND IN: Accolades and Milestones

The American College of Physicians (ACP) recently named Davoren Chick M.D., as the organization’s senior vice president for medical education, effective September 1. Chick is an associate professor in the Department of Internal Medicine and Department of Learning Health Sciences at U-M.

ACP made the selection after a recommendation from a national search committee for the largest medical specialty organization in the U.S. Chick will succeed Patrick Alguire, M.D., who is retiring after 19 years at ACP.

“Dr. Chick is an accomplished, creative, and well-respected medical educator, having designed curricula and taught and lectured nationally and internationally,” said Darilyn Moyer, M.D., ACP’s executive vice president and CEO. “We look forward to having her help lead the American College of Physicians’ medical education efforts and continuing to provide cutting-edge educational resources for internal medicine physicians.”

Chick will be responsible for the development and publication of ACP’s medical knowledge products and services, advancing career and faculty development in internal medicine, planning ACP’s annual scientific meeting and the development of ACP’s resources to help physicians prepare for certification and recertification and to meet their continuing medical educational needs.

Board certified in internal medicine, Chick has been a Fellow of ACP (FACP) since 2005. FACP is an honorary designation that recognizes ongoing individual service and contributions to the practice of medicine. She is a deputy editor of ACP’s Medical Knowledge Self-Assessment Program and has been an active member of ACP’s Michigan chapter.

Chick has had numerous articles and book chapters published and is active in medical education across the undergraduate, graduate and continuing education spectrum.

Chick practices primary care internal medicine with the general medicine faculty at U-M and provides volunteer professional service at local free clinics.

Among her national curricular products is caringwithcompassion.org, which supports clinicians who care for socioeconomically disadvantaged persons. This curriculum serves over 5,000 national learners across the health professions. She earned the Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine “Best Program Innovation” Award in 2014 and the Society of General Internal Medicine Midwest Clinical Educator Award in 2006.