This program has been approved for 5.0 AAFP Prescribed Credits
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Racism in health care has created a great deal of inequities. The first step towards dismantling racism is to provide education about the social and economic policies that contribute to this issue. The SDAFP All Member Meeting will review health care disparities in medicine with a focus on the San Diego community. We will discuss strategies and programs that promote equity and inclusion within the neighborhoods we serve. We acknowledge that becoming anti-racist is an ongoing journey and hope this program will create enhanced awareness regarding this matter for our attendees to utilize in their own practices. Please join us on Saturday, February 20th from 8am-1:40pm. Click Here to register.
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.
Thanks to everyone who attended our first ever Virtual Family Medicine Update 2020! CME certificates were distributed via email. We appreciate your support of our family medicine community during this difficult time and hope you enjoyed the program. Information regarding our 2021 symposium will be available on the website soon. Stay tuned!.
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: 858-458-9439 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!