Get inspired at three main stage sessions featuring influencers in the medical community.
Zubin Damania, MD (aka ZDoggMD)
Internist, rapper, and comedian
Best known by his alter ego, ZDoggMD, viral sensation Zubin Damania, MD, uses a mix of rap, humor, and creative storytelling to educate patients and providers about today’s dysfunctional health care system and the need for revitalization through his popular social media parody videos. Founder of Turntable Health, an innovative health care startup in Las Vegas spearheaded by Zappos.com(zappos.com) CEO Tony Hsieh, ZDoggMD continues to effect change, pushing to make Health 3.0 a reality.
Responding to the Opioid Crisis: Perspectives from Family Physicians
Interactive Panel Discussion
Chronic pain and opioid misuse are significant and interrelated health care issues that are important to our patients, the medical community, and society as a whole. Subject matter experts will offer a dynamic panel presentation on opioid use and misuse risks for chronic pain management. Family physicians have a unique opportunity to be part of the opioid crisis solution, and the AAFP is committed to offering solutions for our members to fight this epidemic. (CME credit available)
Top Ten Updates in Evidence-Based Medicine
Frank J. Domino, MD
Professor and Pre-Doctoral Education Director, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester
Frank J. Domino, MD, presents nationally for the American Academy of Family Physicians. His areas of interest include making evidence-based medicine accessible, teaching, and medical ethics. He is the editor-in-chief of 5-Minute Clinical Consult, editor of the weekly blog, EPB Update, hosts the podcast "Frankly Speaking About Family Medicine," and co-author and co-editor of the Epocrates LAB database. (CME credit available)
2018 AAFP FMX
Oct 9-13, 2018
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