Explore Best Practices in Family Medicine Residency Education
Join family medicine program directors, faculty and program coordinators from across the country for the 2022 ACOFP Faculty Development and Program Directors' Workshop (FDPDW), which will take place completely virtually, February 11–13. Many of this year's faculty development presentations are linked to the required training elements as listed in the ACGME family medicine program requirements. And, for program directors, faculty and program coordinators, this is a great opportunity to hear directly from the ACGME Family Medicine Review Committee and the ACGME Osteopathic Recognition Committee, as well as to learn more about the new milestones from the director of that committee. 
 
 
 


Faculty Development/
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Join us for the virtual experience:
February 11–13, 2022 

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Please note: If you are unable to attend any of these sessions live, you will have access to all of the sessions on-demand after the event and you will be eligible to receive AOA Category 1-A CME for successful completion of each course.

All times listed in Central time. Schedule subject to change.

Friday, February 11      
         
10:00 – 10:10 am   Welcoming Remarks
Rob Danoff, DO, MS, FACOFP, FAAFP
Nicole Bixler, DO, MBA, FACOFP
   
         
10:10 – 10:55 am   How to Incorporate Refugee Health into a Residency Program
Marc Altschuler, MD
0.75 Category 1-A CME credit
         
10:55 – 11:05 am   Break    
         
11:05 am – 12:05 pm
  Optimizing Your Advocacy
Lou Edje, MD, MHPE, FAAFP
1.0 Category 1-A CME credit
   
         
12:05 – 12:35 pm
  Social Determinants of Health and Structural Racism in Medicine
Bernard Lopez, MD, MS, CPE, FACEP, FAAEM
0.5 Category 1-A CME credit
         
12:35 – 12:55 pm
  Break
   
         
12:55 – 1:40 pm
  Feedback for Success: Effective Tactics for Giving and Receiving Feedback
Colleen Cagno, MD
Karyn B. Koman, MD
0.75 Category 1-A CME credit
         
1:40 – 1:50 pm
  Break
   

       
1:50 – 2:50 pm
  Track 1
  Track 2
    Teaching Resident Procedures: Past, Present and Future
Jennifer C. Sepede, DO
Suzanna Hosein, DO
1.0 Category 1-A CME credit
  PD 101: Common Challenges & Potential Solutions in Program Directing
Shantie Harkisoon, MD, FAAFP
1.0 Category 1-A CME credit
         
2:50 – 3:00 pm
  Break    
         
3:00 – 4:00 pm
  Track 1   Track 2
    Utilizing a Team-Based Approach to Early Intervention and Remediation of the Under-Performing Resident
Woodwin M. Weeks, DO
Victoria Gallagher
1.0 Category 1-A CME credit
  Distinction of Advanced Osteopathic Training
Maura Biszewski
0.5 Category 1-A CME credit

Osteopathic Recognition Toolkit Presentation

Jeremy Fischer, DO
0.5 Category 1-A CME credit
         
4:00 – 4:10 pm
  Break    
         
4:10 – 5:10 pm
  Get More Mileage Out of Scholarly Activities
Robert Allison, DO
Megan Gillespie, DO
1.0 Category 1-A CME credit
 
         

       
Saturday, February 12      
         
10:00 – 10:10 am
  Welcoming Remarks
Rob Danoff, DO, MS, FACOFP, FAAFP
Bob Moore, MA, CAE
   
         
10:10 – 11:10 am
  Update from ACGME Review Committee – Family Medicine
Eileen Anthony
1.0 Category 1-A CME credit
 
         
11:10 – 11:55 am
  ACGME Osteopathic Recognition Update
Tiffany Moss, MBA
Sarah James, DO, FACOFP
0.75 Category 1-A CME credit
 
         
11:55 am – 12:40 pm
  Milestones 2.0: Family Medicine and Osteopathic Recognition
Laura Edgar, EdD, CAE
Abby Rhoads, DO
0.75 Category 1-A CME credit
 
         
12:40 – 1:00 pm
  Break
   
         
1:00 – 1:45 pm
Moving Forward: Milestone 2.0 and Next Steps in Innovation
Eric Holmboe, MD
0.75 Category 1-A CME credit
         
1:45 – 1:55 pm   Break    
         
1:55 – 2:55 pm
  Track 1   Track 2
    Incorporating OPP into Family Medicine Didactic Education Curriculum
Martha Metzgar, DO, FAAFP
1.0 Category 1-A CME credit
  The QT on Your Annual ADS
Harold Lausen, DO
Sarah Hall, DO
1.0 Category 1-A CME credit

       
1:55 – 4:55 pm   Track 3    
    Osteopathic Recognition Requirements
Site Visit Preparation
Top 10 Musts for Coordinator Wellbeing
Coordinator Happy Hour

Victoria Hanlon, MS, CHCP
Cheryl Haynes, C-TAGME
3.0 Category 1-A CME credits
   

       
2:55 – 3:05 pm
  Break
   
         
3:05 – 4:35 pm
  Track 1
   
    OMT for Your Top 10 WebADS Diagnosis
Sarah James, DO
1.5 Category 1-A CME credits
 
   
   
3:05 – 4:05 pm
  Track 2    
    Make It Stick! An Educational Makeover for Your Residency by Applying Evidence-Based Adult Learning
Kathleen Sweeney, DO
1.0 Category 1-A CME credit
         
4:05 – 4:15 pm   Break    

       
4:15 – 5:15 pm
  Track 2    
    Leveraging Faculty Development in Osteopathic Principles and Practice for Allopathic Faculty
Sarah Cole, DO
Jason Maddox, DO
1.0 Category 1-A CME credit

       
4:35 – 5:35 pm
  Track 1    
    Creating an Osteopathic Curriculum for the Future of Osteopathy
Sabrina Schrader, DO
Alyssa Penick, DO
1.0 Category 1-A CME credit
         
         
Sunday, February 13      
         
10:00 – 10:10 am
  Welcoming Remarks
Rob Danoff, DO, MS, FACOFP, FAAFP
Bruce R. Williams, DO, FACOFP
   
         
10:10 – 10:20 am
  ACOFP Education and Research Foundation Update
Carol L. Henwood, DO, FACOFP dist
Paul A. Martin, DO, FACOFP dist.
   
         
10:20 – 11:05 am
  Navigating the Changes to Licensure, Assessment and Residency Application Metrics in a Changing World
John R. Gimpel, DO, MEd, FACOFP, FAAFP
0.75 Category 1-A CME credit
         
11:05 – 11:45 am
  AOBFP Initial Primary Certificate Update and Correlation Study
John Bowling, DO, FACOFP dist.
Jonathan Torres, DO, MPA, FACOFP, FAAO
0.5 Category 1-A CME credit
         
11:45 – 11:55 am
  Break    
         
11:55 am – 12:25 pm
  Track 1    
    Title IX and Graduate Medical Education
Katie Colgan Vodzak, JD
0.5 Category 1-A CME credit
 
         
11:55 am – 12:55 pm
  Track 2
   
    Milestone Assessments of Incoming Family Medicine Residents
Kathryn Norris, DO
Tad White, DO
Billie McGarrah, BSHA, MHI
1.0 Category 1-A CME credit
         
12:25 – 12:55 pm
  Track 1
   
    Microagressions in Health Care: An Implicit Factor That Creates a Suboptimal Patient Care Environment
Bernard Lopez, MD, MS, CPE, FACEP, FAAEM
0.5 Category 1-A CME credit
         
         


The American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (ACOFP) is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) to provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians. ACOFP anticipates the Faculty Development and Program Directors' Workshop will be approved for as many as up to 22.5 credits of AOA Category 1-A CME.

In addition, applications for CME credit will be filed with American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) for those physicians seeking CME credit through this mechanism.

This program is sponsored by ACOFP for educational purposes only. The material presented is not intended to represent the sole or best medical interventions for the discussed diagnoses, but rather is intended to present the opinions of the authors or presenters that may be helpful to other practitioners. Attendees participating in this medical education program do so with the full knowledge that they waive any claim they may have against ACOFP for reliance on any information presented during these educational activities.