Your TAFP News Now update for the week of December 4, 2016
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Texas FPs had a great time at Annual Session and Primary Care Session
We had a blast at this year’s ASPCS. From business meetings, to CME lectures, to new officer’s installation and the President’s party, TAFP hosted and covered it all. Learn about the important messages shared by our new President, Tricia C. Elliott, MD, FAAFP and Physician of the Year Kaparaboyna Ashok Kumar MD, FRCS, FAAFP.
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Are you seeking new ways to lead? Check out FMLE
TAFP is now accepting applications for the 2017 Family Medicine Leadership Experience. If you’re new physician, mid-career physician, or resident looking to expand and polish your leadership skills, this experience is definitely for you.
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Reduce the chance of stroke, pneumonia, diabetes and more, in one shot
TAFP member, Dr. Erica Swegler, shares information on the fascinating benefits people 65 and over stand to gain by receiving the HD flu shot.
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How do you want to influence the Family Medicine Revolution? Be a preceptor
Becoming a preceptor is a great way to begin influencing the next generation of medical students. You have the chance to instruct first- and second-year medical students and provide them with insight into the daily lives of family physicians. Additionally, you stand to earn up to 60 AAFP Prescribed credits and access to TAFP’s two clinical teaching skills workshops — for free. Sign up this December before student registration begins.
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NPI hits the River Walk in February
Two of NPI’s most popular courses are returning in 2017. Basic Suturing and the recently refreshed Wound Care Management and Advanced Suturing course will be offered during NPI’s San Antonio conference. Spend a weekend in February brushing up on techniques and enjoying the things San Antonio has to offer.
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