Department of Family and Community Medicine

Seminars and Symposiums for Family and Community Medicine

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Residency Research Symposium

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Join us on May 21, 2022 for the 2022 Annual Regional Family Medicine Residency Research Symposium.

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Clinical Research Methods

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This two-day intensive course is aimed at training busy healthcare professionals, researchers, and students on the knowledge and skills necessary to understand important concepts in health research, and be able to conduct simple analysis independently using basic software.

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Primary Care Update

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The annual Primary Care Update, a one-day virtual conference providing evidence-based advice, is planned for October 2022. The event will include seven hours of CME (+ one hour of ethics).

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Departmental Reports

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The Department of Family and Community Medicine at Baylor works at the forefront of medical education and discovery to deliver excellent and holistic patient care. Read about department happenings in our quarterly newsletters. Publications, faculty spotlight, and newsmakers highlight each issue.

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Alicia Kowalchuk, DO, leads a discussion.
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Opioid Waiver Training

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The Department of Family and Community Medicine offered a free Opioid Use Disorder Training, intended for physicians who are interested in obtaining a waiver to prescribe buprenorphine for opioid use disorder. This in-person instruction, in combination with a four-hour online session, qualifies participants to apply for the Drug Enforcement Agency waiver, while providing up to four hours of CME credit.

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