The CAFP Foundation Board of Trustees has determined that due to the ongoing uncertainty presented by the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on in-person gatherings, the 2021 Summit will not take place this year. Instead, we will continue to host webinars that provide content and resources for medical students and family medicine residents.
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.
Childhood trauma isn’t something one simply gets over with age. Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are strongly associated with some of the most common, serious, and costly health conditions facing our society today. During this practical session, learn more about ACEs and principles of trauma-informed care, and leave with practical methods and resources for responding to ACEs.Presenter: Anna Askari, MD - Outpatient Family Medicine Physician at One Medical Group Inc.
Applying to residency can be overwhelming! This webinar provides tips on how many programs to apply to, how to complete the ERAS application, what to include in your personal statement, getting letters of recommendation and how to know if a program is a good fit for you.Hear from a panel of Kaiser Permanente Program Directors, including Drs. Maya Mitchell, Lance Fuchs, Kathleen Dor, George Salmon, Kara Cummins and Christi Wiley.This was part of the 2021 CAFP Summit Webinar Series and this session was supported by SoCal Kaiser Permanente Program Directors.
CAFP's Family Medicine Initiative on Trauma-Informed Care (FIT) enduring activity consists of three separate accredited sessions designed to introduce clinicians to the concepts of toxic stress and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) as they relate to trauma-informed care. Session 1 introduces clinicians to the concepts of toxic stress and ACEs as they relate to trauma-informed care. Session 2 presents clinicians with best practices and practical strategies to use when responding to ACEs in their patients. And, Session 3 provides regional and state resources to use with patients.
The California Academy of Family Physicians (CAFP) is pleased to present recordings from the virtual 2020 Family Medicine Clinical Forum.If you attended the "live" Forum, then you should have received a coupon code that you can enter at check-out to get 100% off the course fee. If you do not have that code, please contact email@example.com.
The virtual interview season has been an adjustment for both medical students and residency programs. With another one on the horizon, it’s important to consider lessons learned from last year and recommendations for this year. Join us on September 15 at 7:00pm as we chat with interns, residents, and faculty about successfully navigating the virtual interview trail.
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.Join us on Wednesday, September 22 at 6:00pm as part of the 2021 CAFP Summit Webinar Series.
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced a state public health order for most health care workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Paid and unpaid workers in health care facilities have until September 30th to be fully vaccinated. Join CAFP on September 27th at 6pm for a webinar on what you need to know as an employee or employer in the health care environment.