Colorado Academy of Family Physicians (CAFP) 2014 Annual Scientific Conference


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Colorado Academy of Family Physicians (CAFP) 2014 Annual Scientific Conference

  1. 1. Conference Center Reservations Cheyenne Mountain Conference Center has something for you and your family. Reflecting the rugged charm of Colorado, all rooms feature expansive views of Cheyenne Mountain framed by the spectacular Rockies. Visit: to make your reservation, use group code 9913. Scholarships are available for two students and two residents! Contact Erin Watwood at for more information. Conference package: Your accommodations and meals are rolled into a package we think you’ll love. Our special group discounted rate is $149 per night (group code 9913), and the following meals are included in each full conference registration: Thursday: Does not include meals 24-27 27 2014 April Attendee Brochure Friday: Breakfast, lunch, all breaks, dinner and reception Saturday: Breakfast, lunch, all breaks, and barbeque Sunday: Breakfast and break Register online at: Save $50 by registering online! Attendee Name(s): ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City:_________________________________________State/Province:____________________________Zip/PostalCode: ______________________ Telephone: (___________)_________________________________________ Email: ___________________________________________________ MEMBERS NON-MEMBERS New Horizons for Family Medicine 66th Annual Scientific Conference DISCOUNTS & OTHER EVENTS $375 Before 12/30/13 $475 New Doctor Discount $50 (<5 years) Before 2/28/14 $425 Before 2/28/14 $500 After 4/11/14 $475 First Time Attendee Discount $50 After 4/11/14 $575 Single Day $250 5k fun run/walk Life Member $350 Single Day $350 Inactive Member $300 Single Class $75 Student/Residents $25/day Single Class $50 Office and support staff: 50% discount off of regular workshop and/or conference rate if attending with a CAFP Family Physician member BLS ___ Sat. BBQ (extra ticket) $25 ___ Child BBQ $15 Total Due: $________________________ 5k Fun Run/Walk 5k Fun Run Excellent CME $375 ACLS Western BBQ DOT Medical Examiner $375 $10 Daily Door Prizes Part II, Pain Mgmt SAM $200 Part II, Pain Mgmt, SAM $250 PALS Child Care Child Care Circus Themed Reception Before 12/30/13 DOT Medical Examiner Cheyenne Mountain Conference Center Colorado Springs, CO _____ number of children you will bring to child care. You will pay $5 per hour / per child to GoBaNannies, Inc on-site. Card Number: _____________________________________________________________________________Expiration Date:_____________________________ Billing Address: ___________________________________________________________________________________________Security Code: _________________ Name on Card: ______________________________________________________________________Signature:________________________________________ Please check what pertains to your CAFP status: Colorado Academy of Family Physicians 2224 S. Fraser St. Unit 1 Aurora, CO 80014 To pay by check, send this form to CAFP at 2224 S. Fraser St., Unit 1, Aurora, CO 80014, check payable to CAFP. Please fax a copy of this completed form to 303-696-7224 or scan and email to Questions? Contact Erin Watwood at or 303-696-6655 ext. 14. Look Forward To: __Student __Resident __Medical Student __Teacher __First Time Attendee __New to Practice __Life member __Family Physician of the Year __Teacher of the Year __Resident of the Year __Past FP of the Year __Past Teacher of the Year __Past President of the Year __Board of Directors __Committee Chair __Chair of the Board __ President __President-Elect __Vice President __Treasurer __Secretary __Member-at-Large __Alternate Delegate __Delegate __Doctor of the Day __SDC Donor __ AAFP Foundation Donor __Political Committee Contributer
  2. 2. This Live activity, 2014 Annual Scientific Conference, with a beginning date of April 24, 2014, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 25 Prescribed credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Dear Friends of Family Medicine, Connect We invite you to join us at the beautiful Cheyenne Mountain Conference Center in Colorado Springs for our Annual Scientific Conference. This is your once-a-year local opportunity to expand and refresh your medical knowledge base while connecting with fellow Family Physicians who share the promises and challenges unique to practicing in Colorado. We would like to see all Colorado Family Physicians, Residents, and Students attend. Please contact Erin Watwood to see if you might qualify for the Residents and Students scholarships. Please join us for another fantastic weekend of medical education, legislative updates, chapter business, and practical pointers for running a successful practice; along with plenty of time for fun and family. Come refresh your enthusiasm for patient care and reinvigorate your confidence in successfully practicing the art and science of Family Medicine in Colorado at the 2014 ASC! Preliminary Schedule The Colorado AFP is participating in the AAFP Translation to Practice (t2p) component. Attendees of this meeting will have the opportunity to earn two additional credits following the CME meeting. Information on the t2p pilot will be shared during the meeting. A total of 59.5 possible CME credits may be earned at the 2014 conference. This year we’re proud to offer a fabulous lineup of nationally recognized educators. Register before Dec. 30, 2013 to receive $100 off the registration fee, or register before Feb. 28, 2014 to receive $50 off the registration fee. THURSDAY, APRIL 24 Life Support Courses - ACLS, PALS, BLS DOT Medical Examiner Training Self Assesment Module - Pain Management, Part II Chandra Hartman, MD Conference Committee Co-Chair What’s New Anna Wegleitner, MD Conference Committee Co-Chair We’ve planned a new and innovative conference format with expanded optional workshop sessions and infoPOEMS updates (“Blast Sessions”) with Mark Ebell, MD, and John Hickner, MD. Don’t worry, you’ll still see traditional lecture style presentations too. Your ASC conference will be more family friendly with activities for all ages and optional child care available. Our Friday reception this year will be a circus theme and will be appropriate for “kids” of all ages. This year bring your kids, spouses and guests to the informal barbeque Colorado style on Saturday! SAM - Part II, Pain Management – 12 CME: Self-Assessment Modules (SAM) are part of your ABFM maintenance of certification process. You must complete these to stay certified, extending your big test window from seven years to ten years. Bring your own wireless-enabled computer to complete your module. Martha Illige, MD SAM Instructor Kern Low, MD SAM Instructor Pediatric Advanced (PALS), Basic (BLS) and Advanced Life Support: Participants will review American Heart Association (AHA) algorithms and guidelines for management of a pre-arrest or arrest situation. This includes respiratory review, BLS with AED and megacode management. Cards are awarded after course completion. A total of 20 CME are possible, and cost depends on which modules are chosen. FRIDAY, APRIL 25 InfoPOEMs* with Mark Ebell, MD and John Hickner, MD Intro to POEMs Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Deep Vein Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism Cardiovascular Guideline Update Acute Respiratory Tract Infection Screening and Prevention Update InfoPOEMs Editors Choice Keynote: Cognitive Computing and Healthcare - Martin Kohn, MD Update on Pertussis: Changing Epidemiology and Vaccine Challenges Who We Are and How it Affects Our Careers Connect for Health Colorado and the Evolving Health Insurance Landscape in the State Exhibit Hall Reception – Circus Theme CAFP is pleased to offer childcare (6 months to 12 years old) during our conference. The hours of childcare provided will mirror conference programming times. Child care will be managed by GoBaNannies, Inc. A fee of $5 per child/per hour will be charged on-site. For more information about the SAM, PALS, BLS, DOT Medical Examiner Training, Child Care, please visit Pediatrics in Pictures to “Peak” Your Passion ICD-10-CM: A Primary Care Provider’s Perspective Awards/Installation and Lunch Happy Doctors + Happy Patients = Direct Primary Care Office Procedural Workshops - Gynecological Procedures: IUD Insertion, Edometrial Biopsy, and Bartholin Cyst Incision & Drainage Western BBQ Dinner SUNDAY, APRIL 27 5k Fun Run/Walk Physician Stress/Physician Self Care Visit for up-to-date meeting information Legislative Update Addressing the Inseparability of Mental Health and Primary Care *Patient-Oriented Evidence that Matters (InfoPOEMs)™ InfoPOEMs® provides current answers to clinical medicine questions at the point of care. Child Care Services: Effective May 21, 2014, all health care professionals who perform physical examination and issue medical certificates for CMV drivers will be required to complete accredited certification training and pass an examination. The CAFP is excited to offer the DOT Examiner training on April 24. Sports Concussions: Update 2014 Managing Marijuana/Addiction Pre-registration is mandatory; course requires a minimum of 10 pre-registered participants. Register and pay at Contact Kristin Paston at or 303-380-6518. DOT Medical Examiner Training: SATURDAY, APRIL 26 Mark Ebell, MD Member, USPSTF Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Family Practice John Hickner, MD Chair of Family Medicine, Cleveland Clinic Martin Kohn, MD Chief Medical Scientist, IBM