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Registration: Teaching Competency in Family Medicine Maternity Care: A National Forum

Registration in this program includes lectures, syllabus, CME credits, continental breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks.

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Please rank your morning (a.m.) workshop preferences

Participants will attend one of the following workshops during the morning session (a.m.)

Teaching Through Tears: Addressing Everyone's Needs When Things Don't Go As Planned (Sarah Gower and Anne Biringer)

  • Principles of Feedback (Sudha Koppula)

  • Priority Topics in Intrapartum Care: New Ways of Defining and Assessing Competence(William Ehman)

  • Many Levels, Many Learners: How to Teach from Pre-Clerk to R3 in a Community Practice (Kate Miller and Stacey Desilets )

  • Teaching Through Tears: Addressing Everyone's Needs When Things Don't Go As Planned (Sarah Gower and Anne Biringer)

Please rank your afternoon (p.m.) workshop preferences

Participants will attend one of the following workshops during the afternoon session (p.m.)

  • Enough About Burn Out, Let's Talk Wellness: Strategies to Fire Up Faculty & Residents (Lindsay Herzog & Erin Bearss)

  • Simple Simulation(Heather Baxter)

  • A Write of Passage: A Narrative Exploration of the Joys and Challenges of OB Care (Joyce Zazulak)

  • Teaching and Assessing the Struggling Learner - the Role of EPA's (David Tannenbaum and Evan Tannenbaum)