Washington, DC October 21-25, 2014
Assembly is evidence-based family medicine education with real-world applications. Choose from interactive lectures, case-based discussions, dedicated tracks, expanded learning, and more.
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What’s evidence-based with practical, real-world applications? Where can you find expert faculty sharing the very latest about family medicine? Find out in this short video about Assembly education.
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Learn the way you prefer. Attend lectures, hear expert faculty, visit learning centers, review posters, and get hands on. The common denominator is high-quality, evidence-based family medicine CME.
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Enhance your learning with tracks focused on three hot family medicine topics. Building the right practice and coding correctly for reimbursement are critical issues for every family physician. Get ready for ICD-10. Learn everything you need to know about PCMH. And really study the Direct Primary Care Model. Pick a track and attend the Interactive Lecture and associated Expanded Learning sessions.
Dig deep in these shorter, interactive sessions designed for you to explore specific topics with presenters and peers. Look for these hot topics to be covered: legalized marijuana, retirement planning, cardiovascular guidelines, pediatric oral health, political elections and health policy, volunteer opportunities, and more. Most sessions will include a short summary (less than 10 minutes) and plenty of time for questions and discussion. Take this opportunity to meet with others who share your interests.
On Saturday, bring your team for a special six-hour seminar focused on building a high-functioning team to enhance patient care and your practice.
Expanded Learning sessions are not approved for CME credit.
Tuesday, October 21 - Saturday, October 25, 2014
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
Download the 2014 AAFP Assembly meeting app for interactive access.
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