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Health Care Attorney Scott Kessenick will discuss licensing issues that can arise for California Physicians. This presentation will provide an overview of California Medical Board investigations, including how they are triggered, and what rights you may have to prevent them. 
  • S.U.D
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Summary This activity is a recording of virtual session offered in March, 2021 through the California Residency Program Collaborative (CRPC) around improving Substance Use Disorder (SUD) services and includes a list of additional resources and a robust Q&A section.  Treating SUD - Linking with Community Services offers information, tools and resources to clinicians considering the addition of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) services for their patients.ResourcesResources mentioned during the roundtable discussion:
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Summary This activity is a recording of virtual session offered in March, 2021 through the California Residency Program Collaborative (CRPC) around improving Substance Use Disorder (SUD) services and includes a list of additional resources and a robust Q&A section.  Incorporating MAT into Practice – A Community Conversation offers learners an opportunity to listen in while more experienced MAT providers provide tips and tricks and discuss lessons learned throughout their career providing MAT services.
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Student loans are the consequence of investing in a medical education. Unfortunately, loan advisors and financial advisors do not provide much information throughout medical school and residency. This session strives to provide an introduction into what you need to know about your student loans. This session also highlights some of the approaches you must have towards your loans in order to ensure that you will eventually be able to manage your loans wisely. The intent of this session is also to allow for discussion and interaction.
  • Trauma-Informed Care
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We all serve patients that have experienced trauma and toxic stress. Many times, these are the more complex patients with intractable issues. These challenges can cause us to question our effectiveness as physicians, increase patient dissatisfaction, increase provider stress, and decrease wellbeing for staff. All of our patients are better served by understanding that past experiences may be at the root of current health issues.
  • Miscellaneous
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Learn the basics of getting on and getting engaged on social media as a family physician. Learn how to share your expertise and provide a platform to combat mis-/dis-information.
  • Miscellaneous
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This 60-minute introductory session will provide the tools on why, how, and where to have conversations with the vaccine curious within our communities. Learners will receive social media tips + tricks, community advocacy ideas and vaccine hesitancy messaging to effectively build vaccine acceptance. 
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Primary care is experiencing changes in the way it is organized, financed, and delivered in order to improve health outcomes and health equity; and lower health care costs. One of the changes is a shift from fee-for-service payments to Value Based Care (VBC). Join two experts, Dolores Yanagihara and Dr. Kim Yu, as they discuss what VBC actually means for Family Physicians in various practice settings and how one can take steps now to prepare for a successful VBC future.