TAFP's Products & Services for family physicians

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Products and Services

TAFP’s bimonthly Products & Services e-newsletter highlights products and services important to family physicians. See the latest offerings below, and access previous items in the Products & Services archive. We want to hear from you! Tell us what you think of this member resource by e-mailing tafp@tafp.org.

September/October 2014

ABFM Board review course from AAFP

Prepare to pass your ABFM Boards with this comprehensive, evidence-based live course developed by and for family physicians. Attend a three-and-a-half day live course with your colleagues to review the evidence-based principles of family medicine and learn effective test-taking strategies. AAFP is holding this course in Austin Feb. 12-15, 2015. Register here by Jan. 16 to save $200.


Two TMLT fall seminars remaining

The Texas Medical Liability Trust’s annual fall seminar is currently taking place, with two dates remaining. The seminar, Remove the Risk from EHR, focuses on liability risks associated with implementing an electronic health record system. Locations and dates remaining include Nov. 19 in Austin and Nov. 20 in Dallas. Click here to download a flyer with more information or here to register.


Fit Family Challenge dissemination training

The Fit Family Challenge is a proven pediatric obesity intervention that takes place in the primary care clinic. This hands-on training presented by the Colorado Academy of Family Physicians gives physicians the tools necessary to implement the program in their practices. It will be held next year in Aurora, Colorado, Feb. 2-3. Click here for more information and to register.


AAFP provides Ebola resources for physicians and patients

AAFP has pulled together some information on Ebola including detection, exposure procedures, a list of frequently asked questions specifically for family physicians, and patient education. For a list of these resources, go to www.aafp.org/patient-care/inform/ebola.html.