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Schedule at a Glance

Mark your calendars the following live and interactive presentations and social events.

Other conference offerings include up to 50 hours of on-demand presentations and a virtual poster hall that you can view when its best for you

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9–9:45 am CDT
Special Topic Discussions—Zoom Room Meet-Ups
(No additional fees; Participants must pre-register; Attendance is limited.)

  • Telemedicine Education—Implications For Learners And Educators
  • Reflections on Family Medicine’s Role in Disaster Response
  • Educational Resources for New Faculty Members

10–11 am CDT
General Session: “Reflection of a Unicorn”—Cedric Bright, MD

11:30 am–12:30 pm CDT
Live Session 1: Practical Ways to Improve Wellness by Optimizing Practice Management

12:30-2 pm CDT
Visit the Virtual Poster Hall and watch on-demand sessions.

2–3 pm CDT
Live Session 2: Gender and Ethnicity in Academic Medicine: How Does Family Medicine Compare to Other Specialties?

3:30–4:30 pm CDT
Live Session 3: Community-Based Organizations and Academic Family Medicine: Improving Communication to Build Stronger Partnerships

5:15–5:30 pm CDT
STFM Immediate Past President Message—Frederick Chen, MD, MPH, University of Washington

6 pm CDT
Virtual Happy Hour
(No additional fees; Participants must pre-register.)

9–9:45 am CDT
Special Topic Discussions—Zoom Room Meet-Ups
(No additional fees; Participants must pre-register; Attendance is limited.)

  • COVID Stories—Stories of Inspiration and Resilience
  • Advocacy: Interface of Family Medicine With Local and National Regulatory Organizations
  • Expanding Obstetrics Capacity

10–11 am CDT 
Live Session 1: Education and Attitudes on Medical Cannabis in Family Medicine Residency Programs

11:30 am–12:30 pm CDT
Live Session 2: Change That Matters: A Curriculum that Empowers Physicians with Skills and Resources in Promoting Health Behavior Change

12:45–1:30 pm CDT
Conference Partner Exchange

2–3 pm CDT
Live Session 3: Buprenorphine 201: Addressing Patient And System Challenges During Our COVID19 Pandemic And Opioid Overdose Epidemic

3:30–4:15 pm CDT
Special Topic Discussions—Zoom Room Meet-Ups
(No additional fees; Participants must pre-register; Attendance is limited.

  • Anti-Racism and Health Equity: A Call to Awareness and Action
  • Preparing for a Virtual Recruitment Season
  • Teaching and Practicing Clinical Efficiency

4:45–5:30 pm CDT
Conference Partner Exchange

9–9:45 am CDT
Special Topic Discussions—Zoom Room Meet-Ups
(No additional fees; Participants must pre-register; Attendance is limited.)

  • Innovations in Virtual Learning
  • Leading in Crisis—Voices of Family Medicine Leaders
  • Sharing Our Science and Stories: Conversations About Writing and Reviewing for Family Medicine

10–11 am CDT
General Session: “Emergence in the Era of Measurement”—Kurt Stange, MD, PhD

11:30 am–12:30 pm CDT
Live Session 1: Maternal Depression Screening During Well-Child Visits: Characterizing Risks for Persistent Depression

12:30–2 pm CDT
Visit the Virtual Poster Hall and watch on-demand sessions.

2–3 pm CDT
Live Session 2: ACGME Review Committee Hot Topics: Core Faculty, FM 2035, and Milestones 2.0

3:30–4:30 pm CDT
Live Session 3: Expanding Family Medicine Research and Scholarship to all Faculty: The University of Minnesota Model

8 pm CDT
STFM Foundation Event

9–9:45 am CDT
Special Topic Discussions—Zoom Room Meet-Ups
(No additional fees; Participants must pre-register; Attendance is limited.)

  • Addiction Medicine
  • Health Equity and Implicit Bias in Medical Education
  • Expanding Pediatric Capacity

10–11 am CDT
General Session: “Family Medicine’s Leadership Role in Redesigning Care and Training Under Value-Based Care”—Erin Fraher, PhD, MPP

11:30 am–12:30 pm CDT
Live Session 1: Training Backward to Meet Future Scope of Practice Needs

12:30-2 pm CDT
Visit the Virtual Poster Hall and watch on-demand sessions.

2–3 pm CDT
Live Session 2: Medical School Is a Breeding Ground for Shame: A Qualitative Exploration of Shame in Medical Students

3:30–4:30 pm CDT
Live Session 3: Program Leadership, Resources, and the Implementation of Wellness Curricula (a CERA Study)

5:15–5:30 pm CDT
STFM President's Address—Tricia Elliott, MD, JPS Health Network, Fort Worth, Texas

7 pm CDT
Awards Program

Questions

If you have questions about this conference, contact Kim Sevedge at 800-274-7928 or stfmoffice@stfm.org

Contact Us

11400 Tomahawk Creek Parkway

Leawood, KS 66211

800.274.7928

Email: stfmoffice@stfm.org 

 

Deadlines

July 17: Nominations Due for the National Summit on the Future of Residency Training

July 27: Nominations Due for the Bishop Society

August 17: Nominations Due for F. Marian Bishop Leadership Award

September 25: Nominations Due for STFM CPQI Steering Committee

October 15: Nominations Due for the Advocacy Scholarship for New Faculty

November 18: Deadline to Submit Proposals to the STFM Project Fund