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GAFP encouraging members to participate in COD sessions

Congress of Delegates First Session Webinar/Call via Zoom

Thursday, October 20 – 6:00 PM with Orientation at 5:30 PM

Congress of Delegates Second Session In-Person at GAFP Annual CME Meeting, Marriott NW, Atlanta, GA

Saturday, November 12 – 1:00 PM

GAFP Members – Join the Discussion

The first meeting of the Congress of Delegates will take place via Zoom on Thursday, October 20, at 6 pm and a 5:30 pm orientation for anyone who wants to listen. All members are invited and encouraged to attend. Please register by clicking here – Congress of Delegates: 1st Session.  This is the membership opportunity to review the 2022 work of the Academy’s leadership and discuss key policy initiatives.

The COD 2nd session is in-person and is scheduled for Saturday, November 12 at 1:00 pm. The 2nd session is where final discussion and voting occurs. Only COD delegates and alternate delegates, officers, and past presidents have the ability to address the Congress and will join the session in person at the Marriott Northwest near Truist Park and the Battery in Atlanta, GA.

Members may join in-person at the second session on Saturday, November 12 to observe the proceedings.  Registration for the GAFP Annual Meeting and 75th Anniversary Celebration is now open at this link:

The 2022 COD handbook with resolutions will be available for your review, and for peer discussion, by late September.  Be on the lookout in the COD section of our website soon with further information in the next newsletter.

GAFP encouraging members to register for 75th anniversary CME event

GAFP members should click here to register for GAFP’s 75th anniversary celebration and 2022 Annual Family Medicine CME Weekend, which will take place at the Atlanta Marriott Northwest at Galleria near Truist Park and The Battery off I-75/I-285 on November 10-12.

“This is going to be a wonderful way to celebrate GAFP’s long list of accomplishments, resilience, and rich history,” says GAFP President-elect Sharon Rabinovitz, M.D. “And we thought it would be fitting for the event’s theme to be ‘standing strong and shining brightly’.”

GAFP Executive Vice President Fay Fulton explains, “Each year family physicians, residents, medical students, and other health care professionals in Georgia come together to network, participate in educational activities, and explore leading products and services. GAFP is especially excited to honor and celebrate our members during this special anniversary.”

Fulton also points out that attendees will be able to earn up to 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. (AAFP prescribed credits pending).

She also notes that GAFP will host several unique online ABFM Knowledge Self-Assessment Workshops (KSAs) in October. Fulton says, “These will be the last KSAs that GAFP offers this year–as there will not be any live KSAs offered during the annual meeting.” Click here for GAFP’s KSA schedule. Also see the following article for more details on the KSA that GAFP will offer in October.

GAFP members who register for the annual meeting by September 21 will receive a $50 “early bird” discount, and the last day to register for the meeting is October 30.

Click here for more details and to register for GAFP’s annual meeting. Contact Sarah Bigorowski at or 404-321-7445 with questions.

Fall 2022 Knowledge Self Assessments

The GAFP is proud to present several virtual opportunities to complete three unique ABFM Knowledge Self-Assessment Workshops. Consider attending one (or all three!) of these convenient virtual opportunities this fall.

Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending.

Please make sure you’re eligible for KSA credit with the ABFM prior to registering for these sessions. This will be our final series of KSA programming for the year. There will not be any live KSA opportunities at the annual meeting.

Registration Fees:

$125 for AAFP/GAFP Members
$175 for Non-Members

Cancellations and refunds (less a $50 admin fee) will be allowed until 1 week prior to your scheduled KSA session.  Refunds and cancellations will not be allowed after this date.

Care of Women – A Virtual KSA Opportunity
Saturday, October 1, 2022
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Moderated by: Monica Parker, MD

The Care of Women KSA (new offering!) will focus on having a better understanding of the unique health care needs as well as common medical conditions experienced by gender-identified women including gynecologic conditions and reproductive health, diagnosis and treat behavioral and mental health conditions in female patients, increasing knowledge and understanding of pre-conception care and prenatal care and being better prepared to diagnose and manage conditions experienced during and after pregnancy. 

Diabetes – A Virtual KSA Opportunity
Saturday, October 22, 2022
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Moderated by: Harry Strothers, MD, MMM, CAQ-G, FAAFP

The newly revised Diabetes ABFM-developed KSA activity focuses on preventing and diagnosing diabetes mellitus, recognizing the clinical implications of insulin-resistance syndromes, recognizing, and managing microvascular complications of diabetes mellitus, managing diabetic ketoacidosis and non-ketotic hyperosmolar coma, nonpharmacologic management of diabetes mellitus, and pharmacologic management of diabetes mellitus.

Care of Children – A Virtual KSA Opportunity
Saturday, October 29, 2022
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Moderated by Theresa Jacobs, MD, FAAFP

The new Care of Children ABFM-developed KSA activity focuses on normal child growth and development, surveillance and prevention recommendations, congenital and hereditary illness, chronic illness, trauma, toxicity, infections, and behavioral health conditions for children ages newborn to 18 years old.