The High Value Practice Alliance (HVPA) is looking for student project managers to help with this year’s High Value Care National Conference. This is a great opportunity to network with national experts in high-value care – also great for your CV/resume!

If interested, please fill out the short application by March 1st!

Hear what others have to say about the role!

Eva Holland, MS3
Creighton University
“Participating as a student manager for the HVPA National Conference was a unique and gratifying experience. Few medical students have the opportunity to work and plan a conference. Through my role I encountered great peers and mentors every step of the way. I refined my communication skills and practiced teamwork and critical thinking when issues arose. In this role you will learn the importance of setting short- and long-term goals. Finally, you will be rewarded for your hard work when you see the conference bringing great minds together!”

Raymond Kitziger, MS3
Baylor College of Medicine

“My time as student manager of the HVPA annual conference was an extraordinary period of personal and professional growth. I was tasked with making decisions regarding the event space, vendors, and many other factors at play when hosting a conference. I also got to meet incredible other medical students, residents, and faculty from across the country throughout the experience. I highly recommend this opportunity to any medical students who are even remotely interested in gaining leadership experience and are interested in meeting people who are invested in promoting value in healthcare.”

Niloo Latifi, MD
Co-director of HVPA Abstract Committee and Assistant Professor of Medicine
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

“Volunteering as a medical student project manager on the abstract committee is a unique opportunity to learn about how a national conference is organized and the process of selecting abstracts. Prior medical students have helped with the process of critically reviewing medical abstracts (education, QI, research), recruiting external reviewers, selecting and organizing oral presentations, and the logistics of running the conference. Additionally, they have been able to network with leaders in the field on the conference and enjoy free registration to the conference.”


Email us