American Academy of Family Physicians Scientific Assembly to convene in Washington, D.C.

It's not too late to register!

2006 American Academy of Family Physician's Annual Scientific Assembly

September 27 October 1, Washington, D.C.

  • Attend the Vote for America's Health Rally on Capitol Hill, Sept. 27, 10 a.m. More than 2,000 people are expected to command the attention of our nation's leaders and urge them to improve our health care system.

  • Be inspired by keynote speaker Newt Gingrich, former congressman and speaker of the House, who will discuss the need for a better health system and a renewed focus on research, prevention and wellness.

  • Learn about the latest primary care research findings at more than 80 presentations, exhibits and poster presentations.

  • See how the AAFP is helping small- and medium-size practices harness the power of electronic health records and health information technology. Test drive the latest IT solutions from more than 50 IT vendors in the Exposition Halls.

  • Learn how family physicians are leading the way in the effort to transform family medicine and the U.S. health care system by reengineering medical education and residency training, reforming payment systems, redesigning practice, harnessing information technology and influencing health care policy.

  • Find out what family physicians are doing to help their patients better understand and manage chronic disease at more than 60 CME courses relating to chronic diseases.

These are just a handful of the topics being presented at the American Academy of Family Physicians' Annual Scientific Assembly, Sept. 27 Oct. 1, 2006 in our nation's capital. More than 4,000 family physicians will travel to Washington, D.C. to learn about the latest in evidence-based research, practice management, medical procedures and treatment options at more than 300 education sessions. To access the daily course schedule, visit

Contact: Barbara Kowalski
800-274-2237 x5204
American Academy of Family Physicians

Page: 1 2

Related medicine news :

1. Test project of patient-centered medical home model endorsed by American College of Physicians
2. Drug-eluting stent controversy explored in the American Heart Hospital Journal
3. Highlights from the August 2007 Journal of the American Dietetic Association
4. American Cancer Society to hold third annual Virtual Relay For Life in Second Life
5. High-Need Physician Workforce Incentives Act endorsed by American College of Physicians
6. African-American men understimate risk of prostate cancer
7. Highlights from the June 2007 Journal of the American Dietetic Association
8. Susan G. Komen for the Cure and American Society of Clinical Oncology partner in national initiative
9. Limiting eligibility for medical studies can omit women and African-Americans
10. African-Americans perceive people with extreme health problems as less productive and valuable
11. News from American Psychiatric Association 2007 Annual Meeting

Post Your Comments:

(Date:12/16/2018)... ... December 15, 2018 , ... Internal Medicine Specialist, Prabhat ... Top Docs as a Top Doc for 2018. Dr. Sinha is board certified in ... patient-centered approach, Dr. Sinha provides the best possible care to his patients of all ...
(Date:12/14/2018)... ... December 14, 2018 , ... Our competitor knew for ... lawsuits that claim its talc powder has toxic ingredients that may cause cancer ... its baby powder. The documents also show our competitor's leadership intentionally hid their ...
(Date:12/14/2018)... OKLAHOMA CITY (PRWEB) , ... December 14, 2018 , ... ... Dentistry to Grace Jun Dentistry. While most patients do refer to Dr. Grace Jun ... businesses. The name change came about in November 2018, one year after Dr. Grace’s ...
(Date:12/14/2018)... , ... December 14, 2018 , ... Art of Dentistry ... Dentistry, are helping patients in La Mesa, CA interested in cosmetic dentistry and rejuvenating ... whose teeth and gums are not aesthetically appealing because of decay, damage, or other ...
(Date:12/14/2018)... ... December 14, 2018 , ... Bathing can be very dangerous for ... falls at home occur in the bathroom for seniors 65 and older, according to ... bathing safer since 2005, manufacturing or distributing walk-in tubs and bath accessories. Following these ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):
(Date:12/10/2018)... ... December 10, 2018 , ... Parkstone Growth Partners (“Parkstone”) and ... Dental Partners (“Parkview Dental”), a dentist-founded dental growth and management partnership. Parkview Dental ... group dental practice comprised of 16 dentists and hygienists across eight offices who ...
(Date:12/10/2018)... CITY, N.Y. (PRWEB) , ... December 10, 2018 , ... ... for state of the art technology, a wide range of services, and personalized care. ... its patient services. , Eye Institute of New York recently became the sixth ...
(Date:12/8/2018)... ... December 07, 2018 , ... American Vision Partners, one ... nation, and Southwestern Eye Center, an affiliate of American Vision Partners, announced the ... businesses will improve the quality of care for patients in the Mesa area ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:
Cached News: