May 4, 2022
It's Time to Register for the 2022 Summer Forum
Register Now for the Family Medicine Summer Forum 2022, July 8-10 at The Boca Raton Resort and Club. The FAFP room rates are available until June 6, 2022 or until the room block is full. Valet parking is reduced to $15 for overnight guests. Please click below for hotel rates and links. This is a live, in-person only event and there will be no virtual component offered.

CLICK HERE to register now.
ABFM's New National Journal Club (NJC)
Per the latest Diplomat Perspective, ABFM’s new National Journal Club (NJC) is an opportunity for diplomats to shape the future of our Maintenance of Certification (MOC) process. NJC activities are customizable to your practice interests and are used by other ABMS boards such as the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG) as a substitute for the timed random question FM Certification Longitudinal Assessment (FMCLA) and 10-year exams. If you prefer the NJC alternative to the FMCLA and 10-year exam, now is your chance to make your opinion known directly to the ABFM!
AAFP 2022 Care of Cardiovascular Conditions Livestream Event
Former FAFP board member Dr. Eddie Needham is chairing the AAFP’s Cardiovascular Medicine Conference livestream event taking place, May 18-21, 2022.

Learn to better manage the No. 1 killer of Americans from expert faculty who are practicing family physicians. This four-day course is designed in flexible half-day sessions packed with evidence-based strategies you can immediately apply to your practice.

Register by May 8 to save $100. For more details, CLICK HERE.
The Role of Vaccines in the Fight Against Cancer
Vaccines have played a transformational role in combating preventable diseases and shaping modern medicine. Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States, and cancer treatment remains at the forefront of public health efforts. With more than 1.6 million people diagnosed with cancer each year, combating this complex disease is more critical than ever. April is National Cancer Control Month. Providers can reaffirm their commitment to advancing these efforts by educating their patients on the role of vaccines in cancer prevention and treatment. CLICK HERE to read more., a patient empowerment campaign designed to help educate on the importance of seeking a physician-led care team.
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