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Back to the Future: A Family Systems Curriculum

Power point presentation from the 2017 Annual ConferenceExample Syllabus #BehavioralMedicine #CurriculumDevelopment #BehavioralScienceForum #2017 #familyoforigin #STFMAnnualSpringConference #ResidentEducation #Familysystems

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Let's Stay Together: Longitudinal Community Health Curricula for Lasting Residency/Community Relationships

New strategies are needed to train physicians to lower health care costs and address the health care needs of communities, especially in underserved areas. Using curriculum with a focus on experiential learning, residents apply their understanding of social health determinants and public health...


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Training family medicine residents for hospital based work: a survey of adult inpatient medicine curricula

Slide set for survey research describing residency factors associated with proportion of graduates entering hospital medicine #hospitalist #curriculum #ICU #STFMAnnualSpringConference #criticalcare #hospitalmedicine #inpatient #2017

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Toolkit for Teaching About Racism in the Context of Persistent Health and Healthcare Disparities

This toolkit was formed by the listed contributors who sought to explore how to teach health care providers to reduce healthcare inequities. Our discussions have focused on race and racism but include a larger critical dialogue on bias, identity, intersectionality, and privilege. This toolkit...


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Training Family Medicine Residents in LARC

Lecture discussion from the STFM 2017 Annual Spring Conference - this presentation discussed current barriers and strategies to training family medicine residents in management of long acting reversible contraception. #CurriculumDevelopment #ProceduralTraining #ResidentEducation ...

Training Family Medicine Residents in LARC.pdf

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The Hub: A Competency-Based On-Line Resource for Clinical Clerks

Family medicine clinical clerks repeatedly expressed feeling overwhelmed with the breadth of clinical content and asked for guidance on how and what to study. A review of the literature did not reveal an appropriate resource and as such, “The Hub,” a cross platform on-line resource based on a...

The Hub STFM Poster - Final.pdf

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What We Are Doing and Where We Want to Go: Utilization and Priorities in Behavioral Science Curriculum Development

The ever-changing culture of healthcare and graduate medical education has contributed to an evolving role of behavioral science in family medicine residency programs. Behavioral science historically has served a dual role within the residency program and healthcare system providing clinical...

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