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What You Need to Know About the Attestations for New 103 NPs

Assembly Bill 890 (Wood), signed into law in September 2020, created two new classifications of nurse practitioners (NPs) – 103 and 104 NPs – who can perform certain functions without standardized procedures and protocols in California. The regulations implementing the bill became effective January 1, 2023, and the application to become a 103 NP went […]

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Resources on the End of the Public Health Emergency

On Monday, January 30th, the Biden Administration announced the Public Health Emergency (PHE) will end on May 11, 2023.  In preparation for the end of the Public Health Emergency (PHE) for COVID-19, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has published a new overview fact sheet on CMS Waivers, Flexibilities, and the Transition Forward […]

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CAFP Launches the Family Docs Podcast

The California Academy of Family Physicians has launched the Family Docs Podcast, beginning with a four-episode series titled Treating Addiction in Primary Care. The Family Docs Podcast will focus on content for family physicians and their care teams that they can put into practice right away. The Treating Addiction in Primary Care series will highlight […]

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Building Physician Confidence in MOUD Podcast, Champions & More

Save lives with office based opioid treatment, including CME activities to inspire family physicians to get started with Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD). Our goal is to help family physicians build confidence prescribing MOUD, especially in underserved communities. Already prescribing MOUD in your office? CAFP is currently looking for MOUD Champions. We’re recruiting family […]

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Show & Tell: Trauma-Informed Care Is in Our Lane

By Erika Roshanravan, MD, FAAFP Humans are capable of causing immeasurable pain. Humans are also capable of incredible caring, healing, and hard work to make things better. The past month has been another shocking and all-too-common display of violence in our communities, in Monterey Park, in Half Moon Bay, in Memphis and elsewhere. For some, […]

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Preteen Vaccine Week February 26th through March 4th

Join partners around the state in participating in Preteen Vaccine Week, February 26 through March 4. To spread the word on routine preteen immunizations, post educational materials in your office or take to social media. The resources listed below can support your efforts. Adolescent immunization decreased in initial months of the COVID-19 pandemic. CAIR2 data […]

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Welcome New Chapter Boards!

Congratulations to the following CAFP members who have been elected to serve on their local county chapter boards. We are grateful for your service and excited to see what new, fun activities and support you cook up for your local members. Thank you! 2023 Los Angeles Executive Board Gregory Lewis, MD, President Emma Hiscocks, MD, […]

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Lunchtime Webinar Feb. 22: The Time for Treating Substance Abuse Disorder is Now

Join our lunchtime webinar with Arianna Campbell, director and co-founder of California Bridge Program on Wednesday, February 22, 12:00-1:00pm. People with substance use disorders (SUD) are coming to the office, whether we know it or not. Learn to recognize stigma, communicate more effectively, and be more confident in choosing Medication for OUD (MOUD). 1.0 CME […]

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California Residency Program Collaborative III - RFA deadline extended to Feb. 13th!

CAFP and the CAFP Foundation are excited to launch a new grant cycle and to begin work on a third learning collaborative, CRPC-3. The CRPC-3 collaborative will provide 25 California residency programs with funding to implement local programs to improve services for OUD/SUD patients with a specific focus on reaching larger populations of underserved and […]

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