Department of Family and Community Medicine

Conferences & Trainings for Family and Community Medicine

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Grand Rounds and Faculty Meetings

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A departmental Grand Rounds session is scheduled on the second Tuesday of every month, except for July, October, January, and April due to Department Faculty Meetings. Each session is held virtually via Zoom and learners receive one hour of CME credit for participation. 

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Primary Care Update

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The annual Primary Care Update, a one-day conference providing evidence-based advice in a non-commercial setting, is scheduled for Oct. 15, 2022. The event will include seven hours of CME (+ one hour of ethics).

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Mental Health Awareness Trainings

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Free trainings are regularly offered to the public and various groups to increase mental health awareness in our local communities. Sessions are held virtually or in person and some are available in Spanish. Various topics involving mental health are explored, including childhood experiences, domestic violence, natural disasters, self-care, and substance abuse.

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Clinical Research Methods

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This two-day intensive course is aimed at training busy healthcare professionals, researchers, and students on the knowledge and skills necessary to understand important concepts in health research, and be able to conduct simple analysis independently using basic software.

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ALSO® Provider Course

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Annually, Family and Community Medicine hosts an AAFP Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO®) provider course for family medicine residents who provide obstetric care.

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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Trainings

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The Collaborative for Alcohol-Free Pregnancy and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers a free, online continuing education courses on fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. The courses target practitioners in primary care, integrated care, school and university clinics, and other clinical settings.

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