Since 2017, CAFP has been featuring the scholarly work of students, residents and fellows – the next generation of family physicians – from the state’s two medical school and four post-graduate family medicine training programs. The presentations include case studies, pilot programs, CQI projects, and small studies on topics relevant to primary care. This year, presentations of the posters and slideshows can be viewed at the display tables in the exhibit hall, and the files themselves can be accessed through the links below. We also hope you will join us at 4pm Tuesday for a reception to celebrate the work being done at our programs and to encourage community physicians to stay connected with us.
We encourage you to visit the exhibit tables and to download and peruse these presentations – whether it’s a case study of a condition you might see in your office or a CQI project you may wish to adapt for your own evidence-driven practice.
If you like something or want to launch a discussion about it, tweet about it using hashtag #CAFP22ResearchDay.
None of our presenters have any declared conflicts of interest.