58th Annual Family Practice Review
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We’re excited to announce that the 58th Annual Family Practice Review is returning in person at the Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Hotel with various options to register both in-person and two options to attend virtually.
This comprehensive review course offers an update of knowledge central to family medicine practice in rural and urban settings. Committed to addressing everyday practical issues, speakers present equally on current and special areas of concern to the primary healthcare professionals.
I am interested in attending in person!
Join us at the Marriott hotel to enjoy a break from your clinics and network with your colleagues alongside enjoying excellent meals! By attending in person, you also can choose from all of the available workshop options each day. You also will receive access to the recordings of the morning lectures and the two preselected hybrid workshops each day. Be sure to check the agenda to see which workshops we are offering online, so you can maximize your learning and sign up for the “in-person only” workshops. You will then be able to watch the recordings of the one you have missed after the conference ends.
To increase flexibility, you can decide to attend one of the days, two days, or all three days. The daily registration option is only available to delegates who choose to attend in person.
I would like to attend online!
This past year we offered only the morning plenary sessions virtually. Based on our audiences’ feedback, we have pre-selected two afternoon workshops each day which we will broadcast to our online audience.
We have two options in 2023 for our online audience:
Option #1: morning lectures only (all three days) = 10.0 Mainpro+ credits
Option #2: morning lectures all three days AND two daily workshops = 16.0 Mainpro+ credits.
The pre-selected workshops are the following:
Thursday Hybrid Afternoon Workshops:
Thu Feb 23 – 12:55 pm | E1) Pelvic Floor Dysfunction in Women | Dr. Susannah Britnell
Thu Feb 23 – 2:10 pm | F2) Pediatric Dermatology | Dr. James Bergman
Friday Hybrid Afternoon Workshops:
Fri Feb 24 – 12:55 pm | M1) Kidney Health and Disease for Primary Care | Dr. Adeera Levin
Fri Feb 24 – 2:10 pm | N2) Understanding Important Legal Issues in Elder Care | Ms. Christine Dobbelsteyn
Saturday Hybrid Afternoon Workshops:
Sat Feb 25 – 1:00 pm | T1) Trans Care: Initiation of Hormonal Therapy for the Primary Care Provider | Dr. Marria Townsend
Sat Feb 25 – 2:15 pm | U2) Management of Persistent Post-Concussion Symptoms | Dr. Noah Silverberg