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Speak out on the future of continuing certification  

Speak out on the future of continuing certification
 
The Vision Initiative—a collaborative effort created by the American Board of Medical Specialties—is conducting an important survey and needs your input to re-envision the future of continuing board certification and physician assessment.
 
Please take the survey on or before the May 11 response deadline.
 
The better data the Vision Initiative gathers, the clearer the answers will be regarding how the board certification process should evolve to truly serve the needs of physicians and their patients.
 
Help construct the future of continuing board certification today. Take the survey.

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NYSAFP Scientific Assembly (and Winter Weekend) 2019

Call for presentations!
Click here to submit a proposal. 

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Project TEACH

CME-Certified Education on Children's Mental Health, Find training that fits your schedule and enhances your ability to care for those you serve.
 

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Funding for students & residents at National Conference

NYSAFP will provide financial support ($500) for five (5) residents and five (5) students from New York to attend the National Conference of Residents and Medical Students in Kansas City.
 
Complete the application by Wednesday, May 30, winners will be notified by June 6.
Click here for details

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Institute for International Medicine courses

 

Institute for International Medicine courses

Concern over health in the world's poorest communities is heartwarming. Yet, healthcare personnel often discover they are ill prepared for the unique challenges. INMED Courses supply the essential knowledge and skills.

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AAFP Board Candidate

The American Academy of Family Physician's Congress (COD) elects new officers to serve on the Board of Directors for the following 12 months. COD will take place October 8-10, 2018 at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside in New Orleans, LA. 
Read here about NY's candidate, Dr. Tochi Iroku-Malize
 

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Office Visit Protocols for your Patients’ 6 Most Prevalent Medical Conditions:

Office Visit Protocols for your Patients’ 6 Most Prevalent  Medical Conditions:

  1. Weight Loss Screening and Counseling: For Doctors  |  For Patients
  2. Tobacco Cessation
  3. Depression Screening and Counseling
  4. General Anxiety Disorder
  5.  Alcohol Abuse Screening and Counseling
  6.  Drug Abuse Screening and Counseling

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