AUGUST 27, 2022  |  Los Angeles

After two years in a virtual format, the Summit for Medical Students and Residents is returning to an in-person stage on Saturday, August 27 at the Renaissance LAX

Join us as we talk about the future of family medicine and other current topics within the conference theme: What in the Health

The Family Medicine Summit was established in 2008 to inspire a rising generation of family physicians and to provide an opportunity for exploring statewide training options. Now in its fourteenth year, the Summit continues to bring together medical students, family medicine residents and faculty in the same learning community. Each year, we convene some of California’s biggest thought leaders and enthusiastic voices in family medicine academics, leadership, policy and professional development for conversations you typically won’t hear anywhere else.

Keynote Speaker

David Granirer, RPC, MPCC, M.S.M.

David is a counselor, stand-up comic, author, and founder of Stand Up For Mental Health (SMH), a program teaching stand-up comedy to people with mental health issues. David, who himself suffers from depression, is featured in the VOICE Award winning documentary Cracking Up.

He also received a Life Unlimited Award from Depression Bipolar Support Alliance, an Award of Excellence from the National Council of Behavioral Health, a Champion of Mental Health Award, and a Meritorious Service Medal from the Governor General of Canada, and was recognized as one of the 150 Canadian Difference Makers in mental health. He and his comics were part of the 3rd year medical school curriculum for the University of British Columbia and University of Victoria.

Look Who’s Talking

Francesca Adriano, MD
KP San Diego FMR

Katie Beyer, JD
Kessenick Gamma & Free, LLP

Shannon Connolly, MD
Planned Parenthood

Ron Labuguen, MD
UC San Francisco
CAFP Foundation President

Jay W. Lee, MD, MPH
Share Our Selves

Benjamin Leong, MD, MPH
KP Downey Medical Center

Serena Liu, MD
Outgoing Chief Resident,
John Muir FMRP

Jeff Luther, MD
Long Beach Memorial FMR

Van Nguyen, DO
Loma Linda HEC FMR

Shelly Rodrigues, CAE
Mosaica Solutions, LLC

Bright Zhou, MD
Stanford O'Connor FMR

 

SUMMIT AGENDA
CHIEF RESIDENT WORKSHOP
FM REsidency Fair
Session Info

Agenda

Date: Saturday, August 27, 2022 | 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

TIME

SESSION

SPEAKERS

8:00 am

Registration & Breakfast

8:15 - 9:00 am

SBR Chief Resident Workshop (Session 1)

Jay W. Lee, MD

9:00 - 9:30 am

Welcome to the 2022 Family Medicine Summit

Ron Labuguen, MD

9:30 - 10:00 am

Plenary Session

Shannon Connolly, MD

10:00 - 11:00 am

KEYNOTE: Stand-Up for Mental Health

David Granirer

11:15 - 11:45 am

Breakout 1: Healthy Finances

Benjamin Leong, MD

Breakout 2: STUDENTS ONLY: Survival Tips for Application and Interview Season

Francesca Adriano, MD

11:15 - 12:20 pm

Workshop: What's the Point? A hands-on, interactive workshop for point-of-care testing.

Van Nguyen, DO

SBR Chief Resident Workshop (Session 2)

Shelly Rodrigues
Jeff Luther, MD

California AFP Residency Network Meeting (Part 1)

11:50 - 12:20 pm

Breakout 3: Healthy Boundaries

Bright Zhou, MD

12:30 - 1:30 pm

LUNCH: Table Talks

1:40 - 2:10 pm

Breakout 1: Healthy Finances (repeat)

Benjamin Leong, MD

Breakout 4: RESIDENTS ONLY: Survival Tips for Contract Review

Katie Beyer, JD

1:40 - 2:45 pm

Workshop: What's the Point? A hands-on, interactive workshop for point-of-care testing. (repeat)

Van Nguyen, DO

SBR Chief Resident Workshop (Session 3)

Serena Liu, MD

California AFP Residency Network Meeting (Part 2)

2:15 - 2:45 pm

Breakout 3: Healthy Boundaries (repeat)

Bright Zhou, MD

2:45 - 3:00 pm

Afternoon Coffee & Snack Break

3:00 - 6:00 pm

Residency Fair

5:00 - 6:00 pm

Networking & Happy Hour

Chief Resident Workshop

8:15-9:00am, 11:15am-12:20pm, 1:45-2:20pm

The Shelly Rodrigues Chief Resident Leadership Workshop is a two-part, skills-based workshop for California family medicine residents transitioning into their new roles as clinical leaders. On June 11th, chief residents met virtually to build an introductory foundation for the first 2.5-3 months of the chief’s year. These sessions included: 

  • Introducing the 5 Practices of Leadership: Setting the Stage for Your Chief Year
  • Transiting into Your New Role as Chief Resident: The Annual Cycle
  • Managing Up and Across: What Every Chief Resident Should Know
  • Recognizing Burnout and How to Mitigate It as a Chief Resident
  • Sharing Our Experiences: A Panel Discussion with Current Chiefs

On August 27, the group will meet in-person for the second part of the workshop. Part 2 will move beyond the basics and will focus on deeper learning and application. Sessions will cover: 

  • Learning Your Leadership Style as a Chief Resident 
  • Navigating Difficult Conversations During Chief Residency (including Conflict Resolution)
  • Managing Effective Clinical Teams as a Chief Resident
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California Family Medicine Residency Fair EXHIBITORS

3:00 - 6:00 pm
The CAFP Residency Fair offers medical students the chance to learn about family medicine training in California. Prospective applicants can connect with program representatives for a closer look at program structure/curriculum, the application process, core values, residency life and more. Family Medicine Residency Programs participating this year are listed below.
  • Adventist Health Glendale Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Adventist Health Hanford Central Valley Network Program
  • Adventist Health Tulare Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Adventist Health Ukiah Valley Family Medicine Residency
  • Adventist Health White Memorial Family Medicine Residency Program
  • AltaMed Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Arrowhead Regional Medical Center Family Medicine Department and Residency Program
  • Chino Valley Medical Center Program/Prime West Consortium
  • Community Memorial Health System Family Medicine Residency (Ventura)
  • Dignity Health California Hospital Family Medicine Residency
  • Dignity Health Family Medicine Residency Program at Northridge Hospital
  • Dignity Health Marian Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Dignity Health St. Rose Dominican Hospitals-Las Vegas
  • Eisenhower Health Family Medicine Program
  • Emanate Health Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Family Medicine Residency Training Program at Family Health Centers of San Diego
  • Harbor-UCLA Family Medicine Residency Program
  • HCA Healthcare – Riverside Family Medicine Residency Program
  • John Muir Health Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Kaiser Permanente Northern California Family Medicine - Greater Sacramento
  • Kaiser Permanente Northern California Family Medicine - San Jose
  • Kaiser Permanente Northern California Family Medicine - Santa Rosa
  • Kaiser Permanente Southern California Family Medicine - Los Angeles
  • Kaiser Permanente Southern California Family Medicine - Orange County
  • Kaiser Permanente Southern California Family Medicine - San Diego
  • Kaiser Permanente Southern California Family Medicine - Woodland Hills
  • Kaweah Delta Health Care District Family Medicine Residency Program (KDHCD)
  • Keck Medicine Family Medicine Residency Program
  • LifeLong Medical Care Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Loma Linda University Health Education Consortium Family Medicine Residency
  • Long Beach Memorial Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Methodist Hospital of Sacramento Family Medicine Residency
  • Mission Community Hospital
  • Natividad Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Program
  • PIH Health Family Medicine Residency Program - Whittier
  • Pomona Valley Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Rio Bravo Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Riverside University Health System/UCR Family Medicine Residency Program
  • San Joaquin General Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Scripps Mercy Family Medicine Residency Program at Scripps Mercy Hospital Chula Vista
  • Shasta Community Health Center Family Medicine Residency Program
  • St. Agnes Medical Center (Fresno) Program
  • Stanford Health Care-O'Connor Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Sutter Health Family Residency Program Sacramento/Davis
  • UC Davis Family and Community Medicine Residency Program
  • UC Irvine Family Medicine Residency Program
  • UCSF Sutter Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency Program
  • UHS Southern California Medical Education Consortium Family Medicine Residency Program

More About the Sessions

General Session Keynote Address: David Granirer, Stand-up For Mental Health

What’s so funny about mental health? As far as award-winning counselor and stand up comic, David Granirer is concerned, everything! In this hilarious presentation, David, who suffers from bipolar, will do comedy about his mental health journey and tell you about Stand Up For Mental Health, his award-winning program teaching comedy to people with mental health issues. You’ll get to see how he changes lives – one laugh at a time!

Plenary Session: Staying Healthy in the Field of Family Medicine with Shannon Connolly, MD

Through storytelling and humor, Dr. Connolly will provide recommendations for how we can stay healthy in the field of family medicine, and how we can keep the profession healthy and sustainable.

Breakout 1: Healthy Finances, Tips for Smart Loan Management with Benjamin Leong, MD, MPH

Student loans and finance education are not usually covered in medical school or residency; yet, these are important topics that impact every young physician. Being able to navigate this complex topic can determine the level of comfort and success in one's career.

Breakout 2: Survival Tips for Application & Interviews Season with Francesca Adriano, MD

Panelists: Manny Sardinha, DO (KP San Diego); Rebecca Lee, DO (KP Orange County); Jenny Chen, DO (John Muir); Andrew Torres, DO (Family Health Centers San Diego); Venus Esquivel, MD (RUHS)

This session is a panel discussion with residents who have successfully matched in Family Medicine Residency Programs (FMRPs) throughout California. The residents will discuss different types of FMRPs and tips for the application and interview process! 

Breakout 3: Healthy Boundaries with Bright Zhou, MD

Medical students transitioning to interns are asked to assume new responsibilities without often explicitly stated expectations. This can lead to increased burn-out and feelings of being excluded, particularly for marginalized individuals. This session explores strategies for setting boundaries and preserving identities for rising residents.

Workshop: What's the Point? with Van Nguyen, DO

This is a hands-on workshop that will explore the world of outpatient point-of-care testing. You will have a chance to rotate through FIVE stations, learning about diabetes screening and testing, sensory testing in the pediatric population, acute respiratory distress, the downfalls of pregnancy testing, the diagnostic wonders of a wet mount, and MORE.

What Graduating Residents Need to Know About Contract Reviews with Katie Beyer, JD

Negotiating a first-time employment contract can be rather daunting. And, navigating the legal and compliance issues concerning physician employment is likely overwhelming. This session will break down the key aspects of physician employment contracts and identify the most common mechanisms designed to circumvent legal protections for physician employees.

Family Medicine Residency Fair

WHAT TO EXPECT

The CAFP Residency Fair offers medical students the chance to learn about family medicine training in California. Prospective applicants can connect with program representatives for a closer look at program structure/curriculum, the application process, core values, residency life and more. Family Medicine Residency Programs interested in having a booth at the 2022 Summit Residency Fair can sign-up using the button below.

BOOTH SIGN UP

NON-FMRP EXHIBITOR INFO

The CAFP-F Family Medicine Summit and Residency Fair is the only meeting that draws a cross section of medical students, residents and program staff from across California. As an exhibitor, you are granted full registration and access to all sessions to increase networking opportunities.

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COVID-19 GUIDELINES

CAFP recognizes the need to provide attendees with the safest experience possible.  CAFP requires all individuals (including CAFP members, staff, speakers, vendors, and guests) participating in CAFP events to be fully vaccinated. Fully vaccinated includes having received a primary series of vaccine, plus a booster, if eligible. Please bring your vaccination card or other proof of vaccination. You will be required to show this at check in.

CAFP requires event participants to be fully masked, wearing a CDC recommended mask covering your nose and mouth while indoors, except when actively eating or drinking.

Please do not attend the event if you have any signs or symptoms of COVID.

Travel, Hotel, and Parking

The Summit is an in-person event, with no option for virtual participation. The event will be held at the  Renaissance Los Angeles Airport Hotel located at 9620 Airport Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045.

PARK

Conference attendees can self-park at a special rate of $10.00 or valet park for $25.00. 

STAY

There is a group rate for your stay at the Renaissance LAX, if you choose to stay over night. You may use this link to book your room.

Phone Reservations: Marriott Reservations in the US and Canada: 1-888-236-2427; The Ritz-Carlton, US and Canada: 800-542-8680.

SHUTTLE

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is just under 1 mile from the Renaissance hotel, which makes it an easy location to get to and from. The Renaissance offers complimentary airport shuttle service that runs 24-hours, 7-days a week. No reservations are necessary. From baggage claim, proceed to the upper level and look for the red hotel shuttle icon. The marquee will read, “Renaissance or Marriott”. Questions? Call the hotel at (310) 337-2800 and press “0”.

The Family Medicine Summit is brought to you by the CAFP Foundation. For questions, please contact us at cafpfoundation@familydocs.org.

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