Conferences

Conference on Practice & Quality Improvement

Schedule at a Glance

11 am–7 pm
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

1-5 pm
PRECONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

  • PR01: Extreme Makeover: Ambulatory Practice Edition 2.0—Achieving the Quadruple Aim through Transformational Practice Redesign . 
    [Additional Fee: $150; includes training materials and refreshments.]
  • PR02: Dermoscopy: Expanding "Scope" of Practice and Preventing Skin Cancer Deaths 
    [Additional Fee: $150; includes training materials and refreshments.]

5:15–5:45 pm
CONFERENCE ORiENTATION—Everyone Welcome!
Learn how to navigate the 2019 conference, network and make new friends, and meet your conference leaders!

5:45–7 pm
WELCOME RECEPTION—With Conference Partners
Network with colleagues while learning about innovative family medicine products and services!

 

7 am–5:15 pm
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

7–8 am
NETWORKING AND COMMON INTEREST BREAKFAST

8:10–8:30 am
GREETINGS AND AWARD/SCHOLARSHIP PRESENTATIONS
Kyle Knierim, MD, Conference Chair & Frederick Chen, MD, MPH, STFM President

  • FPM Award Presentation
  • Winter Griffith Scholarship Presentation

8:30–9:30 am           
OPENING GENERAL SESSION
“Saving Lives: Insights from the Science of Teamwork”—Eduardo Salas, PhD
Dr Salas is professor and Allyn R. & Gladys M. Cline Chair of the Department of Psychological Services at Rice University

9:40–10:40 am
REFRESHMENT BREAK WITH POSTER SESSION I 

10:40-10:45 am
TRANSITION BREAK

10:45-11:15 am
LECTURES  

11:25 am-12:05 pm
LECTURES

12:15–1:30 pm
NETWORKING LUNCHEON
MACRA and Payment Model Update
Amy Mullins, MD, Conference Steering Committee Member, American Academy of Family Physicians
          

1:40–2:10 pm
LECTURES

2:20–3:20 pm                     
LECTURES

3:20–3:40 pm
REFRESHMENT BREAK
Visit with Conference Partners and last time to view Poster Session I

3:40-4:10 pm
LECTURES       
   

3:40–5:10 pm
SEMINARS

4:20–4:50 pm
LECTURES 

6:30 pm
DiNE-OUT GROUPS

 

7 am–5 pm
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION


7-8 am
SCHOLARLY TOPIC ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS WITH BREAKFAST

8:10-9:15 am
GENERAL SESSION

9:25-10:25 am
REFRESHMENT BREAK AND POSTER SESSION II

10:25-10:30 am
TRANSITION BREAK

10:30-11:30 am
LECTURES

11:30 am-12:30 pm
LUNCH—On Your Own

12:30–1 pm
LECTURES

1:10-1:40 pm
LECTURES

1:50-2:20 pm
LECTURES

2:30-3:30 pm
LECTURES

3-3:30 pm
REFRESHMENT BREAKwith Conference Partners and last time to visit Poster Session II 

3:30-4 pm
LECTURES

3:30-4:30 pm              
LECTURES (SHOULD THIS BE SEMINAR??)

4:10-4:40 pm
LECTURES

7:30 – 8 am
COFFEE SERVICE

7:30–9 am
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

8–9 am
CLOSING GENERAL SESSION
"Community-Practice Partnerships for Health"—J. Lloyd Michener, MD
Dr Michener is professor of community and family medicine, director of the Duke Center for Community Research, and clinicalp rofessor in the Duke School of Nursing at Duke University

9 am
CONFERENCE ADJOURNS

Questions

If you have questions about this conference, contact Kim Sevedge at 800-274-7928 or stfmoffice@stfm.org

Contact Us

11400 Tomahawk Creek Parkway

Leawood, KS 66211

800.274.7928

Email: stfmoffice@stfm.org 

 

Deadlines

September 9: Call for proposals for the STFM Annual Spring Conference closes

September 9: Call for applications for the STFM Program Assessment Chair closes

September 13: Call for applications for the Task Force to Develop Guidelines for Protected Non-Clinical Time for Faculty closes 

September 13: Call for applications for Work Group Leaders for URM Initiative closes

September 15: Last day to submit curriculum for the National Clerkship Curriculum

September 17: Deadline to apply for the Advocacy Scholarship for New Faculty

October 1: Applications due for STFM/MEDICC Trip to Cuba