Don’t miss our keynote speaker Michelle Segar, PhD, MPH as she presents From Health Care to Self-Care™: New Science-based Strategies for Cultivating Sustainable Behavior Change, Health, and Well-being among Our Patients and Ourselves. Have you ever wondered why it is that people who desperately want to take better care of themselves and adopt healthier lifestyles don’t stick with them once their initial burst of motivation fades? This provocative presentation will showcase the science for a new paradigm that better fosters sustainable behavior change and self-care. Dr. Michelle Segar will explain why our traditional reasons for behavior change (e.g., better heath, disease prevention, etc.) keep people stuck in cycles of starting and stopping but not behavioral sustainability. Through story, she will describe the science behind a novel approach to promoting self-care, health and wellness behaviors that is successful across contexts (health care, fitness, wellness, coaching/patient counseling, organizational, etc.). Attendees will leave this session with a more strategic way to communicate about and promote the sustainable behavior necessary for achieving improved health and well-being among their patients and themselves.
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During this knowledge self-assessment (KSA) workshop, we as a group will review and answer questions related to understanding genomic concepts and terminology, interpretation of genomic testing and family history, application of genomics to patient management, public health and policy implications of genomics, recognition and management of genetic disorders, and the ethical, legal, and social implications of applied genomics. Additional fee applies.
Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) Hands-On Workshop
Kevin Bergman, MD
Neil Jayasekera, MD
Contra Costa Family Medicine Residency Program
Point-of-Care-Ultrasound (POCUS) has rapidly established itself as an indispensable tool and the standard of care in many areas of medicine. This session will introduce attendees to some of the most high-yield applications of POCUS for the family physician, including using POCUS to diagnose heart failure, kidney stones, AAA, cholecystitis, DVT, and musculoskeletal pathology (such as rotator cuff tears). Additional fee applies.
Building Our House… Honoring Our Values
Mary Ales, FACEHP, Interstate Postgraduate Medical Association
In this interactive workshop, Mary Ales will help you explore your own core values (the cards that provide our personal foundation) and construct individual scaffolding to hold your house in place. We’ll examine the values within our clinic or practice setting and craft a realistic and sustainable plan to keep our houses standing even as the winds of change swirl around us. Come prepared to reflect and share as we use our construction skills to build a solid foundation. Breakfast and snack included. Additional fee applies.
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Forum Grand Opening
From Health Care to Self-Care™: New Science-based Strategies for Cultivating Sustainable Behavior Change, Health, and Well-being among Our Patients and Ourselves
Michelle Segar, PhD, MPH
Have you ever wondered why it is that people who desperately want to take better care of themselves and adopt healthier lifestyles don’t stick with them once their initial burst of motivation fades? This provocative presentation will showcase the science for a new paradigm that better fosters sustainable behavior change and self-care. Dr. Michelle Segar will explain why our traditional reasons for behavior change (e.g., better heath, disease prevention, etc.) keep people stuck in cycles of starting and stopping but not behavioral sustainability. Through story, she will describe the science behind a novel approach to promoting self-care, health and wellness behaviors that is successful across contexts (health care, fitness, wellness, coaching/patient counseling, organizational, etc.). Attendees will leave this session with a more strategic way to communicate about and promote the sustainable behavior necessary for achieving improved health and well-being among their patients and themselves.
This session uses story to explain the science behind creating sustainable behavior change related to self-care behaviors (e.g., physical activity, enough sleep). The desired outcome is that participants better understand the specific reasons they (and their patients) are challenged to sustain self-care behaviors and new, easy science-based strategies for becoming more consistent.
Rational Exercise Prescription
Alex Mroszczyk-McDonald, MD
Exercise may be the single best prescription physicians can give their patients as well as themselves. This session will give a brief overview of the myriad of benefits to exercise. It also will explore barriers to exercise, ways for patients and providers to overcome them, and how to write an exercise prescription.
Michael L. Munger, MD, FAAFP
Dr. Munger brings greetings from the AAFP and will highlight the work being done on your behalf in Kansas City and Washington, DC. From Medicare and Medicaid discussions to teaching health center support, the AAFP has been on the front lines, providng expertise in matters most important to family physicians.
Residents' Poster Session
The CAFP Foundation-supported Resident Poster Session provides an opportunity for family medicine residents in California to present scholarly work on a state platform. Posters are evaluated through a double-blind review process. After two rounds of review, the top 20 are selected for display in the exhibit hall, and the top 10 present their posters on the main stage. The two best presenters are selected to receive a $100 gift card.
Family Medicine Update
Hobart Lee, MD, FAAFP
This popular session will provide learners with a review of major topics from 2018-19 medical literature. You will learn more about key changes which will impact the way you care for your patients.
All-Member Reception and Exhibits
Your opportunity to mingle with friends, colleagues, and exhibitors that will offer new ideas, technologies, products, and services to help you provide the best patient care possible. Don’t forget to get your Treasure Hunt form signed for an opportunity to win several $100 cash prizes!
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Start your day off right by joining others in the lobby for a walk, run, or possibly yoga!
Breakfast / Exhibits
Your opportunity to get those Treasure Hunt forms signed and learn about new products, services, and much more.
Walt Mills, MD
Melissa Nothnagle, MD
A crucial conversation is a discussion between two or more people where the stakes are high, opinions vary, and emotions run strong... Sound familiar? Common in everyday life of family physicians, these conversations, when handled poorly or ignored, lead to strained relationships and dismal results, often impacting patient care and physician well-being. In this session, you will be introduced to a framework – Crucial Conversations – that allows participants to speak persuasively not abrasively, foster teamwork and better decision-making, build acceptance rather than resistance, and resolve individual and group disagreements. Learners will practice some crucial conversation concepts and receive tools and resources to continue practicing and learning more about the principles of crucial conversations.
Hot Topics in Infectious Disease
George Kent, MD
This session will provide you with the latest information regarding the gut microbiome and its impact on health and disease. In addition, we will cover vaccines, antibiotics, and guidelines for treating common infections (including STIs).
Heart to Heart: A Review and Update of Major Issues in Cardiovascular Care
Mark Dressner, MD
During this session, we will review the different types of cardiac testing and when to order each. We will review the 2018 Guideline of the Management of Blood Cholesterol. We also will briefly review the latest updates on aspirin usage, different dietary oils, and the role of coffee.
The BATHE Technique: Efficient and Effective Psychotherapy in Primary Care
Tessa Stecker, MD
This session is intended to address the challenge of providing efficient and effective psychotherapy in the outpatient clinical setting by providing a framework to systematically address the needs of patients and provide appropriate resources, treatments, interventions, and next steps.
Join us as we celebrate our family medicine award winners, install our new officers, and welcome new Fellows.
Leading in Crisis: Family Medicine’s Role in the Opioid Epidemic
Diana Coffa, MD
Family physicians play a key role in their communities and this session will provide learners with information and inspiration to become more active in changing lives.
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Optional CME Sessions
Practice Inquiry Workshop
Kimberly Duir, MD
Catherine Sonquist Forest, MD, MPH
This session will introduce Practice Inquiry (PI), a small group learning model focused on case-based clinical uncertainty. Considerable literature substantiates how clinical uncertainty, inherent in primary care practice, is only partially reduced by practice guidelines and that time-strapped PCPs usually tackle patient complexity alone. These conditions incubate both clinician dissatisfaction and medical error. Additional fee applies.
Connect in the main meeting room with like-minded peers interested in discussing important issues like women in practice, integrative medicine, alternative practice models, new parenting, retirement, and more.
Service Opportunity: Del Rio Beach Clean Up
Return of the Natives Restoration - csumb.edu/ron
Join your peers, get some exercise, and help clean up Del Rio Beach! We'll walk as a group to the beach and help keep Monterey beautiful by removing trash before it reaches our waterways. Let's do our part and help keep our parks and natural areas healthy and safe for people to enjoy.
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CAFP Foundation FunD Run/Walk
Join us on the Monterey Coastal Trail for our 2nd annual CAFP-F FunD Run! We'll join together in support of student and resident activities - and our health!
Breakfast and Table Talks: Latest issues for family medicine physicians
Join your colleagues over breakfast in the beautiful Ferrantes Bayview Room for great discussions about topics that interest you!
Morning Opening: CAFP and Sacramento Update
Come listen to how CAFP's work has impacted and continues to impact the primary care community and your patients' lives though advocacy efforts and much more.
Pathways in Management: Osteoarthritis and Chronic Low Back Pain
Blair Cushing, DO
A practical session providing learners with evidence-based pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment options and emerging treatment modalities that should be considered in managing these conditions. Clinicians will learn to navigate the evidence-based non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic OA and CLBP guidelines and treatment options, by providing practical insight, tips, and excellent resources to use in practice.
Partnering with Gender-Diverse Youth and Their Families
Scott Nass, MD
Participants will learn about development of gender identity in childhood, best practices for partnering with youth and their families, and specific interventions available to support transgender and gender-diverse youth.
Clearing the Smokescreen: An Update on Cannabis
Tauheed Zaman, MD
A concise update on cannabis, its medical and non-medical formulations, risks, and treatment of cannabis use disorder. The contents are meant to enable family medicine physicians to have more informed and effective conversations with their patients regarding these issues. It is inherent for primary care providers to appreciate the risks and benefits of cannabis use. This session will provide an update of medicinal cannabis use, describe the system of cannabinoid receptors and endocannabinoids in the body, and outline results from clinical trials investigating cannabis and its main components. Although delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the main psychoactive component, the medicinal potential of the other cannabinoids – especially cannabidiol (CBD) - will be discussed.
Leading with Your Heart
Katrina Miller Parrish, MD
In this session, learners will be inspired and reminded of their value and the importance of listening to your heart, gut, and mind. Learners will focus on maintaining a balance of life, an excellent practice, and relationships with peers and patients. Only through clearing the negative and focusing on the positive can we continue to move forward and be successful. The practice starts with us individually, but is synergistically stronger when we work together to help each other be stronger, smarter, and happier.
Closing Remarks - Conference Ends
Carol Havens, MD
Chris Flores, MD
Optional Post-Conference Workshops
The ASAM Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder Course (blended learning - 4 hours live + 4 hours online)
The Drug Abuse Treatment Act of 2000 (DATA 2000) specifies that training is necessary for physicians to obtain a waiver to engage in office‐based treatment of opioid use disorders using drugs approved by the FDA on Schedules III, IV, and V. This course addresses those requirements using a curriculum approved by CSAT/SAMHSA and ASAM.
This workshop has recently been updated to include an evidence-based curriculum designed by national experts. Course participants are exposed to the highest quality evidence-based practices when using buprenorphine to treat opioid use disorders. The case-based learning formats show learners how to apply this new knowledge. Additional fee applies.
Women's Health KSA
Rebecca Bertin, MD
Tenessa MacKenzie, MD
This interactive Knowledge Self-Assessment (KSA) Workgroup on Women's Health will take learners through the 60 KSA questions with discussion of correct answers and references. At the end of the session, all attendees' answers will be submitted to ABFM for partial completion of MOC Part II and 8 AAFP prescribed credits. Additional fee applies.