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Family Medicine, CAFP and Me. And You Too.

By Bright Zhou, MD Family Medicine Resident, Stanford Health Care, O’Connor Family Medicine Residency This August, as I start my last year of residency, I’m reflecting on how CAFP has been my home base for mentorship and networking within Family Medicine. Starting with my first Resident and Student Council meeting, I was struck by CAFP’s […]

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Show and Tell: Normalizing Menopause and Hormone Replacement Therapy: A Family Physician Pursuit

By Fari Valji, MD I've been thinking a lot about menopause treatment, my understanding of it, and how that should change. As a family physician, menopause is such a common cause of visits and questions from patients. Questions come about menopause before they get there, as they enter the perimenopause stage, or when they're in […]

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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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Attend NCCL as a Constituency Leader for CAFP

Are you interested in attending the 2023 NCCL Conference (May 9-11 in Kansas City, MO) and serving as a constituency leader for CAFP? The National Conference of Constituency Leaders (NCCL) is the AAFP’s leadership development event that empowers a select group of change makers to catalyze positive change in family medicine. NCCL will inspire you […]

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Show and Tell: Threats to Sanctity of Provider-Patient Relationship and Patient Health

By Carol Havens, MD, FAAFP The effect of reversing Roe goes well beyond eliminating elective abortions in many states, it threatens the sanctity of the patient and their health care provider to make decisions about the continuum of safe reproductive services. For example, the decision also has prevented treatment for ectopic pregnancy, premature rupture of […]

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Show & Tell: Beyond Humility-Empowering Minoritized Learners Through Culturally Reflective Medicine

By Bright Zhou, MD I'm excited to share a recent project I worked on with my advisor Dr. Alan Louie about how to re-imagine "cultural humility" curricula for marginalized trainees. As a medical student and trained Mandarin interpreter, I always felt a unique tension when working with my Chinese patients, that I felt wasn't fully […]

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Show and Tell: A post-Roe reality, what happens now?

By Shayne Poulin, MD In the wake of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v Wade and Casey v Planned Parenthood many are asking … What happens now?  and  What can I do? As family physicians we can help our patients navigate this new, but not unprecedented, landscape. Whether you provide options counseling, medical […]

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Show and Tell: Addressing the Opioid Epidemic with A Harm Reduction Clinic Curriculum

By M. Shoaib Khan, MD, AAHIVS A 17-year-old died of a fatal opioid overdose in our rural California town, and I felt responsible. Medication assisted therapy (MAT) with buprenorphine has been shown to be a lifesaving treatment for opioid use disorder in that it stops patients from having cravings and withdrawals and helps in preventing […]

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Dr. Shani Muhammad Shares a Report on Healthy Children

By Shani Muhammad, MD A 2021 report (From Crisis to Opportunity: Reforming Our Nation’s Policies to Help All Children Grow Up Healthy) released by a special project of the Robert Wood Johnson (RWJ) Foundation highlights a growing problem Family Physicians are facing in our practices: Childhood Obesity. This report, which highlights that now 1 in […]

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