Mark your Calendars! Primary Care Update Oct. 1
The Department of Family and Community Medicine sponsors Primary Care Update, a one-day conference providing evidence-based advice in a non-commercial setting.
It's CME you can feel good about!
Rustveld Receives CPRIT Grant
Under the leadership of Luis O. Rustveld, Ph.D., RD, LD, the Department of Family and Community Medicine received a Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) award of almost $1.5 million. The grant responds to the critical need to improve systems efficiency for navigating and coordinating timely completion and follow-up of colorectal cancer screening.
Baylor Family Medicine Faculty
Pictured, from left: Camille Leugers, M.D.; Irvin Sulapas, M.D.; Jennifer Okoh, M.B.B.S., MPH; Reem Hadi, M.D.; Mohamad Sidani, M.D., MS; Isabel Valdez, MS; Simon Whitney, M.D., JD; Quyen Tran, M.D.; Matthew Horsfield, M.D.; Elizabeth Tran, M.D.; Angie Sung, M.D.; Elisa Rivera-Hayes, B.S.; Aymer Al-Mutairi, M.D.; Lindsey Frachtman, M.M.S., PA-C; Owen McCormack, D.O.; Hamisu Salihu, M.D., Ph.D.; James Bray, Ph.D.; Tomas Lumicao, M.D.; Luis Rustveld, Ph.D., RD, LD; Roger Zoorob, M.D., MPH
Annual Report 2015-2016
The Department of Family and Community Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine works at the forefront of medical education and discovery to deliver excellent and holistic patient care. Our faculty oversees a comprehensive undergraduate medical education curriculum, residency program and fellowships, clinical services and research programs, and continuing medical education.
Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics Provider Course
Dr. Anjali Aggarwal (pictured) led Family Medicine residents from five programs (Baylor, Methodist, UTMB-Galveston, UT-McGovern, DeTar Programs) through the American Academy of Family Physicians ALSO course, designed for maternity care providers to enable better management obstetric emergencies. Patrice Latimer, M.D. served as course director. The course was held Aug. 18-19, 2016.