68th Annual Scientific Assembly
May 5-6, 2017
Skamania Lodge, Stevenson, Washington
Join the WAFP at its 68th Annual Scientific Assembly, May 5-6 at the Skamania Resort in Stevenson, WA. Network with 150-200 family physicians and other primary care providers, and take advantage of continuing medical education, scientific updates, and practice enhancement strategies designed specifically for family medicine.
Evidence-based CME sessions (up to 12.5 Prescribed credits available)
Reconnecting with your family medicine colleagues from around the state
An environment free of pharmaceutical company marketing
WAFP’s Annual Banquet and Foundation Auction
A family friendly event at the beautiful Skamania Lodge along the Columbia River
Assembly agenda developed by your colleagues with a focus on clinically relevant, evidence-based, practical education
PLEASE NOTE: You are responsible for booking your sleeping room at the Skamania Lodge. Please click on the following link to reserve your room by April 11, 2017 (sleeping room availability and rates are not guaranteed after this date):
If you are calling into the hotel to make your reservation, please reference Washington Academy of Family Physicians and code: 1XX6ZZ.
Plenary Session Topics:
- Burnout Success Stories
- WPHP Physician Support
- Suicide Prevention
- Opioid Prescribing: Safe Practice, Changing Lives
- Zoonoses and Climate Change
KSA (Knowledge Self-Assessment):
- Medical Genomics
- Preventative Care
- Pain Management
- HIV Basics for Family Physicians
- Transgender Health 101
- Disruptive Innovation in Primary Care
- Clinic De-Escalation techniques
- Centering in Pregnancy
- Transgender Health Maintenance
Example Student & Resident Track:
- Welcome Session – Patient Advocacy 101
- Personal Finance 101
- Ultrasound Basics
The 2017 House of Delegates will take place on Thursday, May 4, 2017, also at the Skamania Resort.
The WAFP Foundation Auction will be held Friday, May 5. If you have something you’d like to donate, download the 2017 Auction gift form and send it to us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), fax (425-747-3109) or snail mail (1239 120th Ave. NE, Suite G, Bellevue, WA 98005). Thank you!
Flickr photo by Scott Smithson, via Creative Commons.