Thanks to all of you who participated in our 64th Annual and 2nd Virtual Family Medicine Update 2021! It's because of the strong support from our family medicine community that we were able to continue offering this vital program during a very difficult time when many other CME events were cancelled altogether. If you haven't already, please make sure to fill out the assessments and program evaluation located on the homepage of the meeting website when you first login. If you didn't receive your CME certificate via email please contact Sabrina Bazzo. Finally, please save the date for next year's symposium: June 24th-26th, 2022 at the beautiful Paradise Point Hotel! We will also be offering a virtual program again for those who prefer the online option. Please check our website for more details as the date draws closer. Email updates will be sent out as well.
Thanks to everyone who was able to attend our 'SDAFP 2021 All Member Meeting - Anti Racism in Medicine, Promoting Equity and Inclusion'. It is an extremely important topic for healthcare providers to address but not an easy one. We hope you gained valuable information to take back to your practice that will help guide you on this issue. CME Certificates were provided via email to all participants. If you didn't receive yours please contact Sabrina Bazzo at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The SDAFP Board of Directors is happy to announce the 2021 Medical Student Scholarship Recipients. They are as follows:
Rebecca Dehnel: Edwin Reithmayer Award
Joebert Rosal: Malvin Williams Award
Click below to learn more about the two esteemed SDAFP board members that these scholarships were named after:Edwin Reithmayer, MD Malvin Williams, MD
Thank you to all of our amazing family physicians that joined us to celebrate our wonderful outgoing President, Dr. Maria Carreido-Ceniceros, as well as welcoming our new incoming President Dr. Kristin Brownell AND our incredible 2021 Board of Directors. For a full listing of names and positions please go to our members page.
The purpose of the San Diego Academy of Family Physicians is to educate and support the local Family Medicine community in order to promote professional and personal growth for its members and to advocate for family centered care for all San Diegans. We strive to bring members together at a local level by providing activities which promote good hospital relations for primary care, quality programs for continuing medical education, and support for students interested in becoming family medicine physicians.
For more information about membership, please contact the American Academy of Family Physicians: (800) 274-2237 or WWW.AAFP.ORG
For more information about becoming a participant of the SDAFP Board of Directors, please contact: Sabrina Bazzo MPH, Executive Director: 619-540-6307 or SBAZZO@SANDIEGOAFP.ORG
Become a leader in the Family Medicine community by being an active part of the San Diego Academy of Family Physicians!