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Family Physicians Get Fired Up About Training Issues, Patient Care
Family Physicians Get Fired Up About Training Issues, Patient Care
A large group of family physicians devoted to their specialty flocked here to attend the AAFP's 2017 National Conference of Constituency Leaders (NCCL) April 27-29. They spent many hours discussing a wide range of topics that affect the ability of phys...
CDC: 2017-18 Flu Season in U.S. Dominated by H3N2 Viruses
CDC: 2017-18 Flu Season in U.S. Dominated by H3N2 Viruses
New data from the CDC indicate that so far this flu season, influenza A (H3N2) viruses have been predominant in the United States -- a fact that is troubling because in previous flu seasons, H3N2-predominant seasons have been more severe, especially am...
Sorry, I'm Too Busy for Your Busy Work
Sorry, I'm Too Busy for Your Busy Work
A few months ago, I wrote about "hitting the wall" in medicine -- reaching a point of exhaustion and work fatigue that led to depression. Since then, I have found myself having conversations with physicians -- both in and out of family medicine -- abou...
Broad Physician Coalition Pushes Senate for Better Health Legislation
Broad Physician Coalition Pushes Senate for Better Health Legislation
Before senators cast a significant vote affecting the nation's health care policy, leaders from the AAFP and a coalition of other national physician organizations met in Senate offices to emphasize the importance of expanded access to health insurance ...
Maryland FP Leads Efforts to Improve Minority Health
Maryland FP Leads Efforts to Improve Minority Health
April is National Minority Health Month, and for 2017, the theme is "bridging health equity across communities." The AAFP has created a resource page to support this initiative, which emphasizes collaborative, community-level work being done across the...
Meridian Expands EpiPen Recall to Include U.S.
Meridian Expands EpiPen Recall to Include U.S.
Meridian Medical Technologies last week announced that it was expanding a voluntary recall of its EpiPen and EpiPen Jr. epinephrine auto-injector products to include 13 U.S. lots distributed between December 2015 and July 2016. At issue is a possible d...