The 2020 STFM Annual Spring Conference is now scheduled for August 24-28, 2020 at the Grand and Little America Hotels in Salt Lake City, Utah. We feel fortunate to have found alternative dates at these hotels, so STFM can offer an in-person experience for our members.
PREVIOUSLY REGISTERED FOR THE CONFERENCE?
If you have NOT cancelled your Spring conference registration, review the two options below:
- If you do not plan to attend the August meeting, request a full refund of your previously paid conference registration fees by following these steps. Refunds must be requested by July 31, 2020.
- If you plan to attend the August meeting, you are all set. Staff will apply your previously paid registration fee to the August meeting.
If you cancelled your Spring conference registration and received a 50% refund, STFM staff will refund the remaining portion of the registration fee automatically. The refund will be made in the same manner the registration was paid (ex. credit card or check). You should receive your refund by April 8.
If you had not yet registered for the May conference and would like to attend the rescheduled August 24-28 conference, registration will open in just a few weeks. We will notify you through email, social media, and the STFM web site when registration is open.
- Sharing successful local educational programs in advocacy, health equity, diversity, resident scholarship, and interprofessional practice and education
- Stimulating and retaining student interest in family medicine
- Developing the primary care workforce
- Addressing wellness to include self-care and resiliency
- Achieving the Quadruple Aim of better outcomes, better value, improved population health, and better experience for provider and patients
- Building, practicing, and teaching in the patient-centered medical home
- Emerging technologies that positively impact training programs, research, and quality of care
- Meeting program accreditation requirements
- Developing policy to advance graduate medical education (Medicare, VA, etc.), primary care research funding/infrastructure, and workforce development (Title VII)
- Promoting faculty development and interest in academic family medicine
- Teaching skills for medical educators (feedback, direct observation, effective clinical and procedural teaching, mentoring, etc.)