See our Draft Program Agenda. This will be updated as we continue to refine the program of events.
Early Bird pricing is over! The new, updated pricing information is below.
In 2022, we are offering three optional modes of attendance for the summit. They are:
- In-Person, which is in-person with access to on-site facilities, meals, and interactive sessions and workshops. Network and socialize with colleagues, meet up with exhibitors, and have a chance to win daily door prizes.
- Hybrid, which includes access to on-site Hythe Resort facilities plus the option to live-stream available general sessions from the privacy of your hotel room.
- Virtual, which does not include on-site access, and provides live-streaming of selected sessions (not all sessions are live-streamed).
*These sessions are excluded from the hybrid & virtual attendance options: KSA, Procedural workshop, & Microaggression & Upstander Training.
If you are interested in registering for the Health Education Network CME workshops on Thursday, they use a separate registration system, which is linked below. The three sessions we are offering include the following:
- Basic Life Support (Register)
- Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (Register)
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support (Register)
The registration for the rest of the summit is below.
Safety Policy: Safety guidelines below are subject to change at any time based on federal, state, and local guidance. We ask that all attendees follow safety protocols provided by CAFP and that you do not attend any in-person events if you are feeling unwell or showing any symptoms of illness.
Currently, we are anticipating all attendees will be required to wear a well-fitting mask inside the Annual Summit spaces. Proof of up-to-date vaccination will be required for in-person attendance (currently, a primary series + booster). Limited medical or religious exemptions may be permitted on a case-by-case basis with proof of a recent negative PCR test and daily rapid antigen testing.
KSA Workshop Information
FULL! – This course is full. Please look out for our next KSA in November. Heart Disease Knowledge Self-Assessment Workgroup – Saturday, May 7, 2022 – 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm (8 CME Credits)
Register for the KSA using the main summit registration on the tab menu above.
Facilitator: Nida Awadallah, MD – Denver
- 1:30 am – Arrive to log onto your ABFM portal and to troubleshoot any tech issues.
- 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm – Complete the 60-question KSA in a distraction-free, facilitated virtual group discussion format. Individuals will submit their score to the American Board of Family Medicine; ABFM will then report your earned CME credits to AAFP.
The new Heart Disease ABFM-developed KSA activity focuses on diagnosis and management of acute coronary syndrome and other manifestations of ischemic heart disease, as well as stable and acute decompensated heart failure. Topics include pathophysiology, EKG interpretation, pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment, and disease progression and outcomes.
Location: In person at The Hythe Hotel, Vail, CO during the 2022 CAFP Foundation Annual Summit.
CME Credit: Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending.
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Call for Proposals
Call for Presentations: CAFP Virtual CME & CAFP Foundation Annual Summit
CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS Physicians and Healthcare Professionals are invited to submit proposals for future Colorado Academy of Family Physicians (CAFP) conferences for CME sessions at the: 2022 CAFP Foundation Annual Summit, and Virtual CME Series which occur the first and last Wednesday of the month. These educational events are attended by practicing family physicians, advanced practice clinicians, residents, and medical students and serves to continue their medical education.
To submit a presentation proposal for a future CAFP Annual Summit and CAFP Virtual CME date, please complete the below form. Proposals received by December 15, 2021, will be considered for the 2022 CAFP Virtual CME held on the first and last Wednesdays of the month and 2022 Annual Summit to be held in May. The individual submitting the proposal will be contacted in mid-January regarding the status of their proposal. All submissions will go through a peer-reviewed process overseen by the CAFP Education Committee. Submissions may be considered for either conference unless so noted.
Through its educational events, CAFP strives to provide high-quality education developed by family physicians for family physicians. In these efforts, CAFP works to reflect and raise up the diverse voices that make up family medicine and the communities in which we serve. The following principles reflect our commitment to these efforts and should be seen as an educational opportunity for all speakers and attendees to work together to make our learning more inclusive and equitable to promote the health of all Coloradoans. We ask all of our presenters to:
- Avoid heteronormativity
- Use patient/person/community/culture- centered language
- Avoid using race as a proxy for biology or genetics; instead, use the experience of racism when describing risk factors for disease
- Highlight the impact(s) of systems/structures when possible
- Include your pronouns on your introduction slide
While submissions in any topic area are welcome, we encourage submissions in these topic areas that are of particular interest to CAFP members:
- Dementia Care
- Dermatology Topics
- Mental Health Topics
- Sports Medicine
- Cardiovascular Care
- Anti Vaccine Patients / Vaccine Hesitancy
- Procedural Workshops
- Transgender Health/Hormone Treatment
- Food access and nutrition
- Women’s Health
- Comprehensive health care for immigrants
- Designing health care clinics for all abilities
- Maternal health
- Rebuilding trust with patients and the community
Before proceeding with the below form, please read the article on Brain Rules here. The CAFP supports evidence-based learning. The Brain Rules are a tool for our speakers to help achieve that goal.
Honorarium: In lieu of an honorarium, CAFP will provide one complimentary conference registration.
We look forward to receiving your submissions and seeing you at the CAFP conferences.
Erin Watwood | Director of Education, Events, and Meetings | CAFP | 2224 S. Fraser Street, Unit 1 | Aurora, CO 80014 T. (303) 696-6655 ext. 114 | firstname.lastname@example.org
CAFP Foundation Summit Call for PresentationsFor questions on the call for presentations process or the Annual Summit please contact Erin Watwood at 303-696-6655 x 3 or email@example.com.
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