Come refill your family medicine tank by attending inspiring and innovating continuing medical education sessions, cashing in “Leaders Loot” for OAFP logo items, participating in or cheering on your peers at the NEW Family Physician Feud, and enjoying the old-fashioned candy store during the Family Medicine Celebration!
Burned Out or Fired Up? How to Put the Joy Back in Medicine
Dan Diamond, MD, will discuss physician burnout and his jaw-dropping stories will show you the power of mindset and equip you to thrive.
The EveryONE Project: Advancing Health Equity in Every Community
Using social determinants of health (SDOH) case studies and implementation strategies, Venis Wilder, MD, and Gary LeRoy, MD, will share how to utilize the project’s toolbox in everyday practice to achieve optimal health for everyone.
Providing Culturally Humble Care to the LGBTQ Community
Ramona Peel, MA, will discusses the health disparities experienced by the LGBTQ community and tips on how best to provide culturally humble and structurally competent care to this community.
NEW! Family Physician Feud
This session will be similar in style to the television gameshow “Family Feud” in which teams will face off in pop culture questions, providing answers to what “100 people” surveyed would say. Two teams will play four rounds and the team with the most points after four rounds will move on to the next game. It will be tournament style so the last winning team at the end will be the champions!
Join us for a blast from the past. We will have a vintage candy store filled with 1948’s favorites.
All OAFP members will be acknowledged for their contributions with specially designed currency, referred to as “Leaders Loot,” to spend at the onsite “OAFP Appreciation Station.”
If you have any questions, please contact Katie Siegrist or call 800.742.7327.
Cheers to 70 Years!
The OAFP is celebrating its 70th anniversary. Help make sure the specialty of family medicine continues to thrive for another 70 years by making a $70 tax-deductible contribution to the OAFP Foundation!