Schedule

PDW Schedule

Friday, March 24

7:00 a.m.PDW Breakfast
8:00 a.m.Nicholas J. Pisacano, MD Lecture: Timothy P. Brigham, MDiv, PhD
9:30 a.m.Workshops I
9:30 a.m.:  Workshops I: 1. Social Accountability of Family Medicine Residency Programs
9:30 a.m.:  Workshops I: 2. Developing a Culture of Professionalism: Teaching, Managing, and Recognition of Professional Behavior in Residency
9:30 a.m.:  Workshops I: 3. Longitudes and Latitudes: An Educational Map That Fits Tight Schedules
9:30 a.m.:  Workshops I: 4. Osteopathic Recognition Presenting something New and Something Old: Value and Strategies for All to Consider
9:30 a.m.:  Workshops I: 5. Moving Toward National Standards for Maternity Care Training and Competency Assessment
9:30 a.m.:  Workshops I: 6. Growing Your Own Faculty
9:30 a.m.:  Workshops I: 7. VA VA-Voom: 0 to 60 in One Workshop
9:30 a.m.:  Workshops I: 8. Encouraging Curiosity: The Value to Residents and Faculty
11:00 a.m.Workshop II
11:00 a.m.:  Workshop II: 9. Toward a Culture of Physician Well-Being
11:00 a.m.:  Workshop II: 10. What Do I Do With This DO? Practical Tools for the MD Preceptor
11:00 a.m.:  Workshop II: 11. Longitudinal Behavioral Medicine and Community Medicine Rotations in a Community-Based Residency
11:00 a.m.:  Workshop II: 12. Meeting PBLI Milestone Teaching Requirements in a Way That Isn't Dreadfully Boring
11:00 a.m.:  Workshop II: 13. *Making Entrustable Professional Activities Work for You
11:00 a.m.:  Workshop II: 14. Incorporating a Psychology Fellowship to Enhance Resident Training and Improve Patient Care
11:00 a.m.:  Workshop II: 15. Handing Off Handoffs
11:00 a.m.:  Workshop II: 16. This Should be Easy: Starting a New Family Medicine Program
11:00 a.m.: 12:00 p.m.Workshop II: Lunch on Your Own
1:30 p.m.Workshop III
1:30 p.m.:  Workshop III: 17. Pain Management and Opioid Use Curriculum: How to Build a Useful and Financially Sustainable Program
1:30 p.m.:  Workshop III: 18. Developing Faculty Educators Using the STFM Residency Faculty Fundamentals Certificate Program to Empower Your Faculty
1:30 p.m.:  Workshop III: 19. First Night on Call: Using Simulation to Assess Resident Hospital Care Management and Supervision Skills
1:30 p.m.:  Workshop III: 20. Should our Family Medicine Practice be a Federally Qualified Health Center? The Pros, Cons, and How-To
1:30 p.m.:  Workshop III: 21. Accreditation Navigation: Helping AOA and ACGME Programs Understand the Single Accreditation System
1:30 p.m.:  Workshop III: 22. REAL Solutions: Resident Engagement and Leadership
1:30 p.m.:  Workshop III: 23. *Developing A Culture of Professionalism: Teaching, Managing, and Recognition of Professional Behavior in Residency
1:30 p.m.:  Workshop III: 24. Increase Feedback to Residents: How a Simple Intervention Doubled Resident Feedback
3:00 p.m.Workshop IV
3:00 p.m.:  Workshop IV: 25. NIPDD Fellow Outstanding Academic Project Showcase
3:00 p.m.:  Workshop IV: 26. All in the Family: Expanding Strategies to Promote Resident Resilience
3:00 p.m.:  Workshop IV: 27. Resilience and Self Awareness: Building the Muscle for Effective Leadership in Residency Education
3:00 p.m.:  Workshop IV: 28. *Osteopathic Recognition Presenting Something New and Something Old: Value and Strategies for All to Consider
3:00 p.m.:  Workshop IV: 29. CLER: Learnings and Opportunities for Program Excellence
3:00 p.m.:  Workshop IV: 30. The Sub-Attending Curriculum
3:00 p.m.:  Workshop IV: 31. Teaching the Art of Medicine: Integrating Behavioral Science, Mental Health, and Professional Development Into Residency Education
3:00 p.m.:  Workshop IV: 32. Using PCAT's to Evaluate Resident Procedures
4:30 p.m.Workshop V
4:30 p.m.:  Workshop V: 33. Find and Hire New Faculty
4:30 p.m.:  Workshop V: 34. Guidance for Residency Program Use of ABFM Performance Improvement Activities, REsPIP, and Other Alternatives
4:30 p.m.:  Workshop V: 35. Developing Faculty to Provide Targeted Subcompetency-Based Formative Feedback
4:30 p.m.:  Workshop V: 36. The Four-Year Residency in Family Medicine: A Conversation With the Nation's Fully Developed Programs
4:30 p.m.:  Workshop V: 37. Ways to Increase Faculty Scholarly Activity
4:30 p.m.:  Workshop V: 38. Using a New Smartphone App to Document Milestones and Augment Resident Evaluation
4:30 p.m.:  Workshop V: 39. Promoting Scholarship that is Community Engaged
4:30 p.m.:  Workshop V: 40. Seeking a Culture of Inquiry: the FPIN Approach to Scholarly Activity

Saturday, March 25

7:00 a.m.PDW Breakfast Discussion Tables
8:30 a.m.Workshop VI
8:30 a.m.:  Workshop VI: 41. An experiential Introduction to Osteopathic Principles, Practice, and Manipulative Treatment
8:30 a.m.:  Workshop VI: 42. Program Quality, Evaluation, and Improvement: What Have We Learned from Five Years of National Data?
8:30 a.m.:  Workshop VI: 43. STFM Faculty for Tomorrow: Task Force Residents as Educators Curriculum
8:30 a.m.:  Workshop VI: 44. *Making Entrustrable Professional Activities Work for You
8:30 a.m.:  Workshop VI: 45. Demonstrating the True Value of Your Residency Program
8:30 a.m.:  Workshop VI: 46. Many Hands Make Light Work: Maximizing the Efficiency of the CCC
8:30 a.m.:  Workshop VI: 47. Teaching Efficiency and Effective Communication While Using the Electronic Medical Record With the ATTEND Mneumonic
8:30 a.m.:  Workshop VI: 48. Optimizing the Family Medicine Residency Curriculum Resource for Resident Education
8:30 a.m.: 10:00 a.m.Workshop VI: Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors (AFMRD) Annual Meeting
8:30 a.m.: 12:00 p.m.Workshop VI: Lunch on Your Own

PDW and RPS Shared Programming

Included in all registrations.

Saturday, March 25

1:30 p.m.The Opioid Crisis: Opportunities for Better Education and Safer Care
Wanda Filer, MD, MBA, FAAFP; Timothy Munzing, MD; Roxanne Fahrenwald, MD; Rachel Franklin, MD; Ming Wu, MD; Moderated by Stan Kozakowski, MD, FAAFP
3:30 p.m.Impact of Federal Elections on Key Academic Health Care Issues: What's on Our Plate for 2017?
Hope Wittenberg, MA

Sunday, March 26

7:00 a.m.PDW and RPS Breakfast
8:00 a.m.ACGME Review Committee - Family Medicine Discussion Forum
Stacy Potts, MD, Mary Lieh-Lai, MD, Baretta Casey, MD, and Eileen Anthony, JD
10:30 a.m.American Board of Family Medicine Discussion Forum
James Puffer, MD, Martin Quan, MD, and Thomas O'Neill, PhD
2:00 p.m.Innovation Showcase
3:30 p.m.PDW Concludes
4:00 p.m.Association of Family Medicine Administration (AFMA) Business Meeting
Family Medicine Residency Nurses Association (FMRNA) Business Meeting  

RPS Schedule

Monday, March 27

7:00 a.m.RPS Breakfast Discussion Tables
8:00 a.m.Thomas L. Stern Lecture: Samuel "Le" Church, MD, MPH, FAAFP"
9:30 a.m.Workshop I
9:30 a.m.:  Workshop I: 49. Osteopathic Recognition: Tips to Getting Your Program Started
9:30 a.m.:  Workshop I: 50. *A Longitudinal Curriculum for Teaching Professionalism
9:30 a.m.:  Workshop I: 51. Thriving in Uncertainty: Innovative Apporach to Teaching Skills for Outpatient Family Medicine
9:30 a.m.:  Workshop I: 52. Initial Assessment of the Six ACGME Core Competencies Upon Entry Into a Family Medicine Residency Program
9:30 a.m.:  Workshop I: 53. Pearls and Pitfalls in Residency Leadership: A Panel Discussion
9:30 a.m.:  Workshop I: 54. Work Place Transformation: Making Changes to Improve Team Communication, Education, and Patient Care
9:30 a.m.:  Workshop I: 55. *Y Connect? Using Technology for Program Communications
9:30 a.m.:  Workshop I: 56. Physician Advocacy: What Is It and How Do We Train For It?
11:00 a.m.Workshop II
11:00 a.m.:  Workshop II: 57. Medicare GME Payments: Background and Basics
11:00 a.m.:  Workshop II: 58. Innovative Teaching Strategies in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety: The Halifax Health Model
11:00 a.m.:  Workshop II: 59. Class Schedules and AARP Invtations Can Coexist! Take Charge for Your Career at Any Age
11:00 a.m.:  Workshop II: 60. Use of Satellite Clinics to Increase Obstetrical Numbers in Family Medicine Residency Training
11:00 a.m.:  Workshop II: 61. *PEC + YOU = APE: Formula for Effective and Meaningful Program Involvement
11:00 a.m.:  Workshop II: 62. Trauma-Based Care: Why Every Program Needs a Curriculum on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
11:00 a.m.:  Workshop II: 63. Information Mastery: Keeping Clinically Current and How to Perform Critical Appraisal in Everyday Practice
11:00 a.m.:  Workshop II: 64. Addressing the Social Determinants of Health: Screen and Intervene in Childhood Food Insecurity
11:00 a.m.: 12:00 p.m.Workshop II: Lunch on Your Own
1:30 p.m.Workshop III
1:30 p.m.:  Workshop III: 65. Enhancing Chronic Pain Management by Resident Physicians Through a Standardized Curriculum and Clinic Workflows
1:30 p.m.:  Workshop III: 66. All in the Family but What is Your Role?
1:30 p.m.:  Workshop III: 67. Risky Business: Risk Communication
1:30 p.m.:  Workshop III: 68. Incorporating MACRA Into Winning Faculty Development Effects
1:30 p.m.:  Workshop III: 69. Advocacy Perspectives of the GME Initiative: State Level Strategies to Enhance Residency Program Funding
1:30 p.m.:  Workshop III: 70. Joint Commission Update for Ambulatory Clinics
1:30 p.m.:  Workshop III: 71. Resident Wellbeing: Thriving Not Just Surviving
1:30 p.m.:  Workshop III: 72. You Reap What You Sow: Tips and Tricks to Enhance Residency Recruitment
3:00 p.m.Workshop IV
3:00 p.m.:  Workshop IV: 73. Teaching Transitions of Care: Finding New Solutions to an Old Problem
3:00 p.m.:  Workshop IV: 74. *A Longitudinal Curriculum for Teaching Professionalism and Ethics Through Storytelling
3:00 p.m.:  Workshop IV: 75. Making Adult Learning Theory Come Alive!
3:00 p.m.:  Workshop IV: 76. The Need to Feed(back)
3:00 p.m.:  Workshop IV: 77. Using M3App for Resident Peer Documentation of Milestones and Faculty Feedback (F3App)
3:00 p.m.:  Workshop IV: 78. Planting Seeds: Maximizing the Family Medicine Student Experience
3:00 p.m.:  Workshop IV: 79. Medicare and Medicaid GME Funding: Status Update and Hot Issues
3:00 p.m.:  Workshop IV: 80. How to Incorporate Resident Burnout Prevention Into the Residency Curriculum

Tuesday, March 28

7:00 a.m.RPS Breakfast
8:30 a.m.Workshop V
8:30 a.m.:  Workshop V: 81. Implementing Meaningful Quality Improvement Projects in Residency Programs
8:30 a.m.:  Workshop V: 82. Improving the Doctor-Patient Relationship
8:30 a.m.:  Workshop V: 83. *Y Connect? Using Technology for Program Communications
8:30 a.m.:  Workshop V: 84. Women in the Workplace: How to Mentor Female Leaders
8:30 a.m.:  Workshop V: 85. The Death spiral: Managing Change Fatigue, Burnout, and Faculty Well-Being
8:30 a.m.:  Workshop V: 86. Remodeling Family Medicine Centers to Meet Team-Based Care
8:30 a.m.:  Workshop V: 87. Where Do They Go? The Importance of Post-Match Analysis
8:30 a.m.:  Workshop V: 88. Student Choice of Family Medicine: What Do Fourth-Year Medical Students Say About It?
10:00 a.m.Workshop VI
10:00 a.m.:  Workshop VI: 89. Transitional Care Management Rotation on the Inpatient Family Medicine Service
10:00 a.m.:  Workshop VI: 90. *PEC + YOU = APE: Formula for Effective and Meaningful Program Improvement
10:00 a.m.:  Workshop VI: 91. Building a Talent Pipeline; Finding Tomorrow's Healthcare Workforce
10:00 a.m.:  Workshop VI: 92. The Approach to the Resident in Difficulty: Prevention, Early Recognition, and Early Intervention
10:00 a.m.:  Workshop VI: 93. We Need Help! Intergrating a Care Manager Into Your Practice
10:00 a.m.:  Workshop VI: 94. Seeking a Culture of Inquiry: the FPIN Approach to Scholarly Activity
10:00 a.m.:  Workshop VI: 95. Improving the Hospital Discharge Process: Optimizing Medication reconciliation and Hospital Follow-Up
10:00 a.m.:  Workshop VI: 96. Human Trafficking: Family Medicine Residents are the Future of Victim Care
10:00 a.m.: 11:00 a.m.Workshop VI: RPS Concludes

Special Programming Schedule

Additional registration needed. Space is limited.

Thursday, March 23 
Thursday, March 23: 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.New Coordinator Training Workshop
Friday, March 24
 
Friday, March 24: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Residency Administrative Development (RAD) Workshop
Friday, March 24: 1:30 - 6:00 p.m.FMRNA Annual Residency Nursing Workshop
Saturday, March 25 
Saturday, March 25: 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.FMRNA Annual Residency Nursing Workshop (continued)
Saturday, March 25: 10:00 a.m.New Coordinator Workshop and Residency Administrative Development (RAD) Workshop Discussion Tables

Annual Business Meetings

Saturday, March 25 
Saturday, March 25: 10:00 a.m.Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors (AFMRD) Annual Meeting
Sunday, March 26 
Sunday, March 26: 4:00 p.m.Association of Family Medicine Administration (AFMA) Annual Business Meeting
Sunday, March 26: 4:00 p.m.Family Medicine Residency Nurses Association (FMRNA) Annual Business Meeting