2023 Annual Meeting

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2023 Annual Meeting: Welcome

We are excited to bring you the 2023 Association of Medicine and Psychiatry Annual Meeting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. We look forward to another great meeting in 2023, as we are planning for a great lineup of speakers, research, and networking.

Come be part of the experience with us. We look forward to your participation at our Annual Meeting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Thursday, October 12 (3 pm) - Saturday, October 14, 2023 (5 pm)*

*Faculty and Schedule COMING SOON!

Hyatt Regency Milwaukee
333 W Kilbourn Ave
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203

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Hotel and Travel

2023 Annual Meeting: Hotel and Travel

Hyatt Regency Milwaukee
333 W Kilbourn Ave
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203

Our group room rate of $164 expires on September 20, 2023!

Reserve your room today!
​Make your reservation online at the following link: https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/group-booking/MKERM/G-AMPP​ OR If you would rather call to make a reservation, dial 1-888-421-1442 M-F from 8am – 3:30pm and ask for the in-house reservations department. Be sure to reference the Association of Medicine and Psychiatry Annual Meeting. 

Self-parking is available at the 330 Wells Garage, located immediately adjacent to the Hyatt Regency Milwaukee:

  • Self Parking - $28/Overnight
  • Valet Parking - $34/Overnight

Main Transportation Centers

  • Milwaukee Intermodal Station (MKE) » 4 blocks from the hotel
  • Milwaukee General Mitchell International Airport (MKE) » 10 miles from the hotel

Car Rental
The hotel offers an onsite Enterprise rental car facility. To reserve your car, please call 844-934-1084.

Public Transit Centers

  • Green Line » Access to Bayshore Mall, UWM, Summerfest, and Mitchell Airport
  • Brewer’s Line » Access to Miller Park, which is only operating for all Milwaukee Brewers Home Games     
  • Bus 30 » Access to Marquette University, Mayfair Mall, Wauwatosa Village
  • Bus 60 » Access to Mayfair Collection
Innovative Models for Integrated Care Abstracts
Poster Abstracts
Vignette Abstracts

2023 Annual Meeting: Awards

Click on the following categories to submit award nominations.

Martin Fenton Award
The Martin Fenton Award was established in 1998 to honor Dr. Martin Fenton, a founding member of the AMP, who exemplified the award criteria. He was an internist and psychiatrist who was an outstanding clinician, providing integrated medical and psychiatric care for his patients, as well as, an educator and a leader with a vision for excellence at the interface.

AMP will be selecting an outstanding med/psych resident to receive our 22nd award this year. The resident should be in his/her final year of training, in the academic year 2023 – 2024, in a combined internal medicine/psychiatry, family medicine/psychiatry, pediatrics-psychiatry or neurology-psychiatry residency program in the United States. Submission deadline is August 11, 2023.  Click here to apply now.  

ECP Roger Kathol Pioneering Spirit Award
The Roger Kathol Pioneering Spirit Award was established in 2016 to honor Dr. Roger Kathol, a founding member of AMP who exemplified the award criteria. He is an Internist and Psychiatrist who is both innovator and pioneer of the model of integrative care in the inpatient setting. He is an outstanding clinician, providing integrated medical and psychiatric care for his patients, as well as a dynamic educator, astute businessman.

AMP will be selecting an outstanding physician, who demonstrates excellence in integrated care. The physician should be five to ten years out of training from a combined Internal medicine/Psychiatry, Family Medicine/Psychiatry, Pediatrics/Psychiatry/Child Psychiatry or Neurology/Psychiatry residency program in the United States. Submission deadline is August 11, 2023. Click here to apply now.  

Student Travel Award
We are very pleased to inform you that this year we will be able to offer three $200 scholarships on a competitive basis to medical students interested in attending the Association of Medicine and Psychiatry Annual Meeting in Milwaukee! These awards will be offered on the basis of merit to three students who demonstrate an interest in combined training. The submission deadline is August 11, 2023. Applicants will be notified of the status of their application by August 11, 2023. Click here to apply now.

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Things to do in Milwaukee

2023 Annual Meeting: Things to do in Milwaukee

There is a wide variety of local attractions in Milwaukee that truly offers something exciting for everyone. 


Brewery Tour - Whether it’s at brewing giant MillerCoors or one of the city’s newest craft breweries, don’t leave Brew City without seeing how the product that “made us famous” gets made.

Milwaukee Art Museum - Designed by Santiago Calatrava, this striking modern building features a “wing-like” sunscreen with the span of a Boeing 747

Frozen Custard - Milwaukee is home to more frozen custard stands per capita than anywhere else in the world, earning the title of the (unofficial) world capital of frozen custard. Creamier and richer than ice cream, this is the summer dessert of choice for locals.

Cheese Curds - Deep fried or fresh and squeaky, this a must-have appetizer while you’re in town.

Bronze Fronz - This life-size statue of Henry Winkler’s Happy Day's character is located on the Milwaukee RiverWalk just off of Wells Street.

Harley-Davidson Museum - Harley-Davidson is part of the fabric of Milwaukee, and at the museum, you can follow its history from the very first Harley to the most creative custom bikes.

Milwaukee Public Market - Located in the Historic Third Ward neighborhood, you’ll find 20 vendors in the market selling artisan foods, chocolates, seafood, and more.


Oak Leaf Trail
The trail is a 100+ mile biker’s, runner’s, and walker’s paradise encircling Milwaukee County. The scenery along this spectacular trail network is outstanding and ever-changing, including wooded sections of the Milwaukee River. A lengthy section of the east side trail follows an abandoned railroad corridor along the east side of the river.

Hank Aaron State Trail
The Hank Aaron State Trail stretches from the lakefront to Miller Park and beyond. Enjoy a mix of urban settings and natural scenes on this trail, which runs west on-street from Lakeshore State Park through the Historic Third Ward. It continues along Canal Street in the Menomonee River Valley, and then goes off-street along the river and on dedicated trails for more than 6 miles.

Beerline Trail
The Beerline trail runs north to south along the western side of the Milwaukee River. The trail is named “Beerline” because of its proximity to where many of the old Milwaukee breweries were located. The trail begins at Pleasant Street, just north of downtown and goes north through Gordon Park. It continues through the Riverwest neighborhood following the path of an old railroad line. At just under 4 miles, the trail extends just of Capitol Drive to the border between the city of Milwaukee and Glendale.

Seven Bridges Trail
Seven Bridges Trail is one of the most scenic in the area and is beloved by locals. Enter Grant Park at South Lake Drive and Park Avenue. Travel about an eighth of a mile, and on your left, you’ll see parking spaces with a path leading to the Covered Bridge, the trail's main entrance. The trail is about 2 miles in length.

Wehr Nature Center Trails
Explore prairie, woodlands, wetlands, an oak savanna, and Mallard Lake – these natural communities are contained within Wehr Nature Center's 200 acres at Whitnall Park. Over 5 miles of trails loop through and link these communities and give you the opportunity to see the homes and habitats of Wisconsin wildlife. Trail loops range from 0.5–1.7 miles.

Havenwoods State Forest Trails
Havenwoords State Forest, near Glendale and Bayshore Town Center, has more than 6 miles of trails, including one specifically for walking your pup, and another 2.7 mile-route that’s perfect for cross-country running.