2019 Regional Leadership Conferences
- January 25-27, 2019: Chicago, IL
- February 8-9, 2019: Atlanta, GA
- February 15-16, 2019: Philadelphia, PA
- February 22-23, 2019: Los Angeles, CA
Registration is now live for RLC!
All members in good standing are invited to attend. Registration is $100/person + travel and hotel. Discounts will be applied for groups of 10 or more from the same chapter.
Delegates: Each chapter will have 4 delegates. These individuals have their registration and hotel covered by the Fraternity. Delegates are still responsible for paying their own travel. Chapter President should send names and email addresses of delegates to the Executive Office to receive the code to waive registration.
Each chapters’ delegates have hotel accommodations arranged and paid by the Fraternity (one room per chapter). Additional members may stay off-site or make their own reservations at the following hotels:
Chicago: Hyatt Rosemont (by O’Hare Airport) $112/night and free parking
Atlanta: Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Airport $116/Friday night and Parking is $5/night
Philadelphia: Wyndham Philadelphia Historical District $139/Friday night and Parking is $15/night
Los Angeles: Hyatt Regency LAX $169/night and $25/self-parking overnight
The Fraternity does not cover travel or parking so please carpool and plan ahead of the RLC.
RLC will be a weekend of professional development, leadership enhancement, networking, and family - check out the tentative schedule below! We look forward to seeing you all there!
5:00pm - Chapters register for RLC and check-in to the hotel
6:00pm -Pizza dinner and networking activity
6:30pm - Officer and leadership training
10:00pm - Friday Wrap Up
8:00am - Partner Breakfast (plated)
9:00am- Premedical and Medical Student Bootcamps*
MCAT/USMLE Study Skills
Medical School/Residency Interview preparation
12:00pm - Leadership in Medicine Lecture
1:40pm - Break
2:00pm - Bootcamp continues with MED Talks: Think “TED Talks” but our 8-10 minute presentations are made by residents, fellows and physicians to help inspire and assist your medical journey success. Presentation include: Residency placement 101, mastering Medical School interviews, How to leave the best impression, Mindfulness, Choosing the program best for you and more! Chapter Planning
5:00pm - Premedical Chapter Closing session
CHICAGO ONLY (below)
5:30pm - Medical Institute lecture
6:30pm Leave for off-site event
9:30pm Evening of networking
Sunday (Invite Only)
8:00am - International Fraternity Board only breakfast and meeting
12:00pm - Foundation only lunch
*Bootcamps are not physical and allude to the fast paced education shared throughout the day. Premedical and Medical students will have separate bootcamp experiences.
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Phi Delta Epsilon International Medical Fraternity creates physicians of integrity with a lifelong commitment to our guiding principles of philanthropy, deity, and education through fellowship, service, mentoring, and formal training in leadership, science, and ethics.
In October of 1904, Aaron Brown and eight of his friends founded Phi Delta Epsilon at Cornell University Medical College. At that time, there were many doors closed to Jewish medical students and physicians, doors which would not fully open until after World War II. Read More