On May 2, the Miami Valley Academy of Family Physicians (MVAFP) held its 24th Annual continuing medical education (CME) meeting in Dayton, OH.
Over 120 physicians and medical students enjoyed lectures on numerous topics including current issues in public health, SBIRT, eating disorders, grief in children, diabetes, top 10 pediatric diagnoses, common sports injuries, and physician burnout.
During the luncheon/business meeting, the MVAFP honored two outstanding family medicine residents, Chris Holloway, MD, of the Raj Soin Family Medicine Residency and Nicholas Hirth, MD, of the Wright State University (WSU) Family Medicine Residency. Clarice Montecalvo, MD, was honored as the outstanding senior medical student from the WSU Boonshoft School of Medicine. She will begin her residency at the WSU Family Medicine Residency in July.
The daylong course was sponsored this year by Premier Health, Kettering Health Network, Ohio’s Hospice, and Digestive Specialists Inc.
We look forward to celebrating our 25th year of CME excellence in May 2019.