November 13-15, 2020 at the Long Beach Hilton

CAFP has rescheduled the 2020 Forum to November 13-15, 2020.

Register here!

(Registration for virtual attendance will be available very soon. Please check back)

Contact cafp@familydocs.org for questions!


You will receive quality, evidence and case-based education that is designed with your busy schedule in mind! Key learning points will be clear, practical and easy to use on Monday morning and access to additional information and resources will be available!

The Forum has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 39.50 Prescribed credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Clinicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


You will have ample opportunities to make new personal and professional connections. This year, we're asking you to let us know if we can help connect you with others - either as a mentor or mentee or just someone looking for additional connections.

We also have quality vendors in the exhibit hall and fun activities and social events designed to help you catch up with friends new and old.


You will be inspired by Saturday's Celebration Luncheon that highlights the best of Family Medicine, by the excellent work of Residents displaying their award winning posters and you'll celebrate along with colleagues as you experience the joy and "family" of Family Medicine firsthand.

Take a Sneak Peak at the Schedule

Learn the latest about everything from vaping and reducing WAC to ACEs/trauma-informed care, STIs, Menopause and more! Also take advantage of the Palliative Care and Health Behavior KSAs for MOC credit and Workshops for hands-on experience in POCUS and Dermoscopy (extra fees apply).

Download the 2020 Schedule

Thanks for attending our 2019 Forum!

More than 260 physicians gathered in Monterey for two and a half days of excellent CME, networking, camaraderie, and all-around fun at CAFP’s 2019 Family Medicine Clinical Forum. The event included an all member reception, community service project, the CAFP Foundation’s 5K Fund Run, and optional workshops. Many of the sessions stressed the importance of physical activity and taking care of ourselves in order to continue to provide the best care for our patients. Early in the conference, Alex Mroszczyk-McDonald, MD challenged the group to “share out” on social media the terrific information and experiences of the Forum and reach 1 million impressions. We exceeded that goal and reached more than two million impressions! If you’ve followed #FMForum19 then you’ve seen what a rewarding experience the Forum was for everyone involved. If you were not able to join us, please mark the 2020 and 2021 dates in your calendars now!

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