San Diego Academy of Family Physicians [SDAFP] will be hosting their 63rd Annual Symposium ‘Family Medicine Update 2020’ on October 2–4, 2020.
|At the conclusion, participants should be able to:
-Determine patients at risk for a particular medical condition in order to control or prevent further complications
-Detect and provide treatment for a variety of disease states typically seen by a primary care physician or other primary care healthcare professional Identify current trends taking place in primary care medicine and their impact on clinical practice
SDAFP features the latest evidence–based CME on pertinent issues for today's primary care provider, including the latest in research and most up–to–date treatment recommendations for your clinical practice. Up to 19.5 CME credits are being offered to those who complete the program. Attendees will have two weeks after the program has ended to view all the lectures (before CME certificates are sent out).
And please check out our video with Maria Carriedo-Ceniceros., MD, San Diego Academy of Family Physicians' President.