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  • Miscellaneous
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Medical Aid in Dying (MAID) is a service available to patients at the end of their lives and is designed to reduce suffering and improve patient agency for those who desire it as an option. MAID has been legal in California since 2016 and changes made to the law will make it more accessible starting January 1st, 2022. Additionally in California, primary care physicians are oftentimes the ones fielding and fulfilling MAID requests from their patients, yet training is generally lacking. Learning Objective:At the end of this session, learners should be able to:
  • Trauma-Informed Care
  • AAFP Prescribed
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
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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.
  • S.U.D
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These activities are part of the education provided for the California Residency Program Collaborative (CRPC) and available to the general public to improve education, outreach, and treatment for patients with Substance Use Disorder (SUD), including stimulant use disorder, and opioid use disorder with a focus on increasing capacity for effective Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) implementation. Most of the activities are accredited for CME. For more information, go to www.familydocs.org/crpc.
  • Miscellaneous
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Creating the infrastructure for success is the first key step before starting any quality improvement. This 8:04 video identifies five key elements for team leaders to assess before getting started and how to create and lead effective QI team meetings. Effective team meetings are important for any workgroup. For healthcare teams, it’s crucial. Your meetings are where members can build and develop their relationships as an entire group.
  • Miscellaneous
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Identifying your goals and specific aims statements offers detailed focus for your improvement work. This brief 5:58min video reviews why using a quality improvement framework is essential to making long-lasting, sustainable changes in your practice. It starts with reviewing how to create a S.M.A.R.T goal to communicate the general scope of your work and expected improvement and key components of a specific aims statement on how you intend to meet your goals.
  • Trauma-Informed Care
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The California Academy of Family Physicians (CAFP) is pleased to present this recording from the 2022 Family Medicine Clinical Forum. When crafting its goal to prioritize justice through diversity, equity, and inclusion (JEDI) in the triennial strategic plan, the CAFP specified that JEDI work would be done through a trauma-informed lens. While the relationship between trauma and inequity is well-recognized, the consideration of trauma in JEDI work is groundbreaking and visionary in medicine.
  • 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.
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This is a recording of the CAFP town hall meeting on MICRA, which was held on May 25. The town hall discussed and answered member questions on Assembly Bill 35, the deal to modernize California’s Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act’s (MICRA).Target Audience:This activity is designed for family medicine physicians.Questions:For questions regarding the content of this activity or for technical assistance, contact cafp@familydocs.org.
  • Women's Health
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Reproductive health is an important element of the full-spectrum of family medicine.  The current health care environment in the US has created fear and anxiety for patients and their physicians, prompted by uncertainty about availability of services, coverage for care and access to physicians.  Education and training that build solutions for reproductive health care help to alleviate some of that uncertainty.  
  • 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.

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