March 2, 2022
Early Bird Pricing Ends March 11 for the 2022 Spring Forum
Register now for the 2022 Family Medicine Spring Forum! The meeting will be held as a hybrid event, combining a traditional in-person meeting with a virtual platform via live streaming. Early bird pricing will end on March 11, 2022 at 11:59 pm EST. The FAFP room block ends March 24, 2022 - CLICK HERE to book now. Hotel rooms are filling up fast!

As an attendee, you will have the following options:

Virtual Attendance: Attend the meeting remote from the comfort of your own space (e.g., home/office).

In-Person Attendance: Attend the meeting by going to Hilton Bonnet Creek Hotel and be physically present to participate in the educational sessions.
As a live activity, learners are expected to participate in real time (virtually or in-person) in order to claim CME credits. Educational content and available live CME credits will be exactly the same for both virtual and in-person attendees. CME hours obtained at an FAFP meeting (live or virtual), go towards the FL Chapter requirement (of 12 CME hours).

CLICK HERE for meeting registration.
Resolution Submission Deadline Fast Approaching
Resolutions from the FAFP to the FMA House of Delegates or the AAFP Congress of Delegates can be presented to the FAFP Board of Directors for consideration via the newly created FAFP Resolution Submission Portal located under the Advocacy tab on FAFP members are encouraged to read through the requirements and submit resolutions accordingly via the instructions and deadlines provided. As noted, March 15 is the deadline for resolutions to the FMA so do not delay. For any questions, please contact Adam Beamer ([email protected]). 

Join us for Yoga at the Spring Forum
All levels are welcome and encouraged – no previous yoga experience necessary
Designed to prepare you for the day by warming the body and focusing the mind. This slow flow class links breath with movement to promote strength, flexibility, and proper alignment.
When: Sunday, April 10, 7:00 AM – 7:45 AM
Instructor: Charisse Huot, MD

This Yoga class is free to all meeting attendees and pre-registration is required.
Top 5 Reasons for Pre-booking Vaccines for the 2022-2023 Flu Season
Based on the findings from the annual Centers for Disease Control (CDC) influenza report, flu activity was unusually low throughout the 2020-2021 flu season in the United States. Much of that decline can be attributed to COVID-19 precautions including wearing face masks, increased hand washing, quarantining, and limiting travel. These are all effective methods for preventing the spread of illnesses, but with COVID-19 restrictions beginning to lift or relax across the country, it is difficult to predict the full impact this will have on the upcoming flu season. While flu season typically begins in October, it is never too early for physician practices and clinics to begin preparing. CLICK HERE to read more.
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