While we long to connect again in person, we are excited about the opportunities this new virtual environment provides. We have added to the conference in many exciting ways: more sessions, more credit, and extended learning through recorded sessions and follow up half day events 30 and 60 days after our initial conference. There will be many exciting engagement opportunities, games, prizes and even a virtual exhibit hall! Don't miss out, register today!
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|Life or New Physician Member||$||145|
|Student or Resident Member||$||75|
|Health Behavior KSA||$||95|
The 2020 Family Medicine Clinical Forum has been approved by the AAFP for 22.75 Prescribed Credits. This encompasses all three events (Nov, Dec, Jan) of this virtual conference. Even more credits are available once Commitment to Change and Translation to Practice activities are documented after the meeting - and we'll help with this!
The California Academy of Family Physicians also designates this educational activity for a maximum of 19 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) TM The FM Family Medicine Clinical Forum is also approved for 19 AOA Category 2A credits and 19 nursing credits.
Join on Friday for an optional KSA workshop in the afternoon, and fun activities and time to spend with each other in the evening!
Saturday, from 7am-1pm, brings three tracks of sessions and opportunities for you to engage with speakers, colleagues, and supporters.
Start Sunday off with breakfast and breakout rooms, a keynote presentation and then back to three incredible tracks of sessions to choose from. End the day with another stellar keynote presentation and closing remarks.
Come back together in December to review Committments to Change and hear from AAFP's President Ada Stewart, MD, FAAFP.
Return in January 2021 for a final gathering to revisit Committments to Change, connect with colleagues, and hear from Rishi Manchanda, MD, MPH, author of The Upstream Doctors.
You will receive engaging education and two timely keynote panel discussions (one on addressing health disparities and the other on COVID-19). You'll have multiple learning tracks to choose from and the education you can't attend "live" will be available on-demand for several months after the Forum. Key learning points will be clear, practical, and easy to start implementing right away. Access to additional information and resources will be available to extend your learning opportunities!
You will have opportunities to make new personal and professional connections in virtual small group sessions.
You'll also be amazed at new ways to connect with those companies that support Family Medicine - and inspired by our reimagined engaging activities.
Together we'll find ways to continue to celebrate with colleagues virtually as we highlight the joy and "family" of Family Medicine at the 2020 Family Medicine Clinical Forum.
Welcome to the 72nd Annual CAFP’s Family Medicine Clinical Forum. The California Academy of Family Physicians (CAFP) is the largest chapter of the American Academy of Family Physicians and is the ONLY organization solely dedicated to the family medicine specialty in California. We currently represent more than 11,000 members.
The Family Medicine Clinical Forum is CAFP’s largest CME meeting of the year and this year will be bigger and better than ever in a virtual environment! For our supporters, there will be new and exciting ways to connect with learners – and we expect record-breaking attendance this year.