2017 MI Future of Family Medicine Conference

October 28, 2017
Beaumont Hospital, Troy - Moceri Learning Center | 44201 Dequindre Road, Troy, MI

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Online registration is open through Friday, October 27 at 11:59 p.m., after which on-site registration will be accepted.


Family Medicine Foundation of Michigan's Student & Resident Education Committee, in collaboration with Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine, is excited to invite medical students interested in learning more about the Family Medicine specialty to the back-by-popular-demand Michigan Future of Family Medicine Conference on Saturday, October 28, 2017, at Beaumont Hospital's Moceri Learning Center in Troy.

Highlights include:

  • Keynote address by the 2017 Michigan Family Medicine Educator of the Year.
  • Interactive panel discussions highlighting what it's really like to be a Family Physician and how to prepare for residency.
  • Hands-on outpatient clinical procedures workshops, including use of Moceri Learning Center's state-of-the-art simulation lab (space in the simulation lab is limited, so registration for this workshop is first-come, first-served).
  • Opportunities to network with residency program directors, faculty, and residents in the exhibit hall.
  • Opportunities for residents to serve as mentors.

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Agenda

Subject to change

7 - 8 a.m.
Exhibitor Check-in & Set-Up

8 - 8:30 a.m.
Attendee Check-in & Continental Breakfast with Exhibitors

8:30 - 8:45 a.m.
Welcome & Introductions

  • Debra McGuire, MBA, IOM, CAE, Chief Executive Officer, Michigan Academy of Family Physicians; Executive Vice President, Family Medicine Foundation of Michigan
  • Pierre Morris, MD, Chair, Family Medicine Foundation of Michigan's Student & Resident Education Committee; Interim Program Director, Wayne State University Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Paul Misch, MD, FAAFP, Professor & Chair, Department of Family Medicine & Community Health, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine
  • Srikala Yedavally-Yellayi, DO, Family Medicine Clerkship Director, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine; Osteopathic Family Medicine Program Director, Beaumont Family Medicine Residency-Troy

8:45 - 9:40 a.m.
Features 2017 Michigan Family Medicine Educator of the Year
Opening Keynote: Future of Family Medicine—The Future is US
The U.S. healthcare system and practice environment is undergoing unprecedented change as it shifts from volume- to value-based care. Hear about the tremendous amount of innovation taking place in Michigan and across the country focused on enhancing the value of primary care from the perspective of those who receive, deliver and pay for care. Discover how Family Physicians—as the common denominator—fit into the equation. Presenter: Karen Mitchell MD, FAAFP, President, Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors; Program Director, Providence Family Medicine Residency; Clinical Associate Professor, Michigan State University

9:45 - 10:35 a.m.
Family Medicine = Options to Last a Career
Family Medicine offers a multitude of options for where and how Family Physicians practice medicine. This provides a variety of choices when it comes to lifestyle, geography, income and career goals. During this panel discussion, a diverse group of Family Physicians share their experiences that span the full spectrum of Family Medicine. Discover your career options to fit your goals, and come armed with your questions.

  • Glenn V. Dregansky, DO, FAAFP, Assistant Professor, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Program Director, Family Medicine Residency, Western Michigan University Stryker MD School of Medicine
  • Paul Thomas, MD, Plum Health Direct Primary Care
  • Erin Hendriks, MD, DMC Family Medicine Residency, Clinical Assistant Professor, Wayne State University
  • Maricela Castillo Mackenzie, MD, DMC Family Medicine Residency, Clinical Assistant Professor, Wayne State University

10:40 - 11:55 a.m.
Exhibit Hall Scavenger Hunt
Get to know the residency programs and other exhibitors by learning fun facts about them in this interactive Expo Hall, and have the opportunity to win a prize.

12 - 12:30 p.m.
Lunch & Learn: Your Academy is Your Partner
Your Academy is your partner in the profession, from medical school through retirement! As you enjoy lunch, hear from a veteran AAFP / MAFP member, who has held many leadership positions at both the state and national levels over the past 23 years, about the personal and professional benefits you will reap from getting involved in the Academy early (and often!)

  • Jennifer Aloff, MD, FAAFP, Midland Family Physicians; Michigan Alternate Delegate to AAFP Congress of Delegates (Midland)

12:35 - 1:25 p.m.
Residency Preparation Demystified
As a medical student at the beginning of your journey to becoming a physician, you undoubtedly have many questions about residency. During this panel discussion, you will get tips for preparing for residency and you will get an ‘insider’s view’ about what it’s really like to be a Family Medicine resident. Get your questions answered as you prepare for this next step!

  • David Lick, MD, MBA, FAAFP, Program Director, Beaumont Health Family Medicine Residency-Troy
  • Karen Weaver, MD, Program Director, Oakwood Annapolis Family Medicine Residency
  • Jeanette Wilson, MD, Chief Resident, St. John Family Medicine Residency
  • Lara Baatenburg, MD, PGY-2, Mercy Health Grand Rapids Family Medicine Residency

1:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Outpatient Clinical Procedures Workshops
Gain hands-on experience as you discover the outpatient procedures you can perform within your own practice. These workshops will be led by residency program faculty. You will have the opportunity to participate in four different workshops.

  • Heart & Lung Sounds Simulation Lab + Pelvic Exam Workshop: This workshop is divided into two parts. During one half, participants will spend time in Moceri Learning Center's state-of-the-art simulation lab using a high fidelity simulator to assess heart and lung sounds. During the other half, participants will practice using a gynecologic speculum to do a pelvic examination using a model that is designed for learning this skill. Learn and practice how to obtain samples for important testing in female patients. [To ensure an optimal hands-on experience in the simulation lab, space in this workshop is limited and registering for this hands-on workshop is available on a first-come, first-served basis.] Simulation Lab Workshop Instructor: Jennifer Tate, MSN-Ed, RN, CMRSN, Simulation Clinical Nurse Specialist, Moceri Leaning Center, Beaumont Hospital-Troy. Pelvic Exam Workshop Instructors: Michael Duarte, MD and Starr Whittaker, MD, Wayne State University/Crittenton Family Medicine Residency
     
  • Introduction to IUD Insertion: Learn the basic steps of IUD insertion along with the appropriate anticipatory guidance to provide to patients selecting an IUD for contraception. Workshop Instructors: Erin Hendriks, MD, DMC Family Medicine Residency, Clinical Assistant Professor, Wayne State University; Maricela Castillo-Mackenzie, MD, DMC Family Medicine Residency, Clinical Assistant Professor, Wayne State University; Fatin Sahhar, MD, DMC Family Medicine Residency, Clinical Assistant Professor, Wayne State University; Jennifer McCaskill, MD (PGY-3), DMC Family Medicine Residency; Rajni Parmar, MD (PGY-2), DMC Family Medicine Residency.
     
  • Casting: Learn the principle of cast application and removal, and get hands-on experience applying and removing a short arm cast.  Workshop Instructors: David Lick, MD; Ronald Hunt, MD; Adam Shammami, DO; Srikalla Yedavally-Yellayi, DO; Paul Misch, MD; Erik Weitz, DO, Beaumont Health Family Medicine Residency-Troy
     
  • Punch & Shave Biopsies: Get hands-on experience performing punch and shave biopsies that are commonly done in primary care offices. You will get a review of the indications and contraindications, as well as the risks and benefits that should be discussed with patients before performing these procedures. Much of the time will be spent focusing on performing the individual procedures effectively and the materials needed to do so. Workshop Instructors: Nikolaus C. Fulbright, MD and Amy Shepard, DO, Ascension Providence Family Medicine Residency
     
  • Suturing TechniquesThis workshop will provide the opportunity to practice basic suturing techniques and is open to students who have never held a needle driver as well as those who are looking to sharpen their skills. Workshop Instructors: Chandrika Iyer, MD, Faculty; Anna Farhat, MD, Faculty; and Jeanette Wilson, MD, PGY-3, St. John Family Medicine Residency
     
  • Suturing Techniques: Learn the basic suturing techniques for most skin closures, including lacerations, punch biopsies and excisional biospies. Learn on life-like models and either get used to or improve your technique. Workshop Instructors: Karen Weaver, MD, Program Director, Oakwood Annapolis Family Medicine Residency

4:30 p.m.
Closing & Drawing for a Signed Copy of "Pfenninger & Fowler's Procedures for Primary Care"
This comprehensive 1733-page book valued at $142 on Amazon provides step-by-step guidance for nearly every procedure you are likely to perform as a Family Physician in an office, hospital or emergency care facility. It is co-authored by renowned Michigan Family Physician John "Jack" Pfenninger, MD. Must be present to win.

Cancelation Policy: All cancelations and refund requests must be submitted in writing to MAFP. An administrative fee will be deducted from any and all cancelations or refund requests. The final date for refunds will be October 21; no refunds will be granted after this date. Substitutions accepted in lieu of cancelations and will be charged the appropriate registration rate if different from the original registration. 


Attendee Registration Rates

(Online registration available through October 23; after this date, call MAFP Headquarters at 517.347.0098 for availability and rates.)

MAFP Student Member:
25% savings if registered by September 30

  • Early-bird Rate (closes September 30, 11:59 p.m.): $45
  • Regular Rate (closes October 23, 11:59 p.m.): $60

MAFP Resident Member:

  • Early-bird Rate (closes September 30, 11:59 p.m.): $75
  • Regular Rate (closes October 21, 11:59 p.m.): $100

Non-MAFP Member - Student:

  • Early-bird Rate (closes September 30, 11:59 p.m): $60
  • Regular Rate (closes October 21, 11:59 p.m.): $80

Non-MAFP Member - Resident:

  • Early-bird Rate (closes September 30, 11:59 p.m.): $100
  • Regular Rate (closes October 21, 11:59 p.m.): $125

Allied Health Professional (PA, NP, etc.):

  • Early-bird Rate (closes September 30, 11:59 p.m.): $100
  • Regular Rate (closes October 21, 11:59 p.m.): $125

MAFP Physician Member

  • Early-bird Rate (closes September 30, 11:59 p.m.): $75
  • Regular Rate (closes October 21, 11:59 p.m.): $100

Registration Information

Early-bird pricing ends 09/30/2017
Online registration ends 10/30/2017

Contact Information

MAFP
Dana Lawrence
517.664.9086
dlawrence@mafp.com


Presentation Materials

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Register before early-bird rates end on September 30 and get your name put in a drawing TWICE for your chance to win a signed copy of "Pfenninger & Fowler's Procedures for Primary Care"—THE step-by-step guidance for nearly every procedure you are likely to perform as a Family Physician in an office, hospital or emergency care facility.


Sponsor & Advertising Registration »

The deadline to secure sponsorship and advertising space is Monday, October 16.

Sponsorship & Advertising Opportunities

Michigan Future of Family Conference provides a valuable opportunity for residency programs, non-profit organizations, and technical/for-profit organizations to engage with medical students, and for students to connect with representatives from organizations specific to their interests. Exhibit booth space is sold out.
 


Thank You Conference Sponsors

Support provided, in part, by a grant from the AAFP Foundation through the Family Medicine Philanthropic Consortium

Beaumont Hospital-Troy

Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine

PhRMA

Southeastern Michigan Academy of Family Physicians (Component Chapter of MAFP)