Rural Family Medicine & OB Deserts (S02E02)
Family Docs Podcast
by California Academy of Family Physicians
1M ago
In this episode, we’ll be talking about rural family medicine and OB deserts. Drs. Mooneyham, DiPaolo, and Hagge join together to talk about Rural Family Medicine and reflect on Dr. Mooneyham’s article in the California Family Physician magazine (Fall 2023) on OB Deserts.  Guests: Amanda Mooneyham, MD - associate program director at Shasta Community Health Center Family Medicine Residency Program in Shasta County. She is currently the Shasta-Trinity CAFP Chapter president and advocates for full spectrum family medicine training. Laura DiPaolo, MD - a core faculty member at the Mercy R ..read more
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Data Exchange for Family Physicians (S02E01)
Family Docs Podcast
by California Academy of Family Physicians
2M ago
In this episode, we’ll be talking about Data Exchange, the Data Exchange Framework and the Data Sharing Agreement.  Guests: Dr. Sumana Reddy, Acacia Medical Group Andrea Frey, Hooper Lundy & Bookman The Family Docs Podcast is hosted by Rob Assibey, MD. Special thanks to the Data Exchange Framework Multi-Association Education Initiative partners, BluePath Health and CDII. You can find out more information on CAFP’s work around this, including an introductory webinar, short videos around implementation funding, and links to more information at familydocs.org/dxf.  More informatio ..read more
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Addiction Medicine is Family Medicine! (S01E04)
Family Docs Podcast
by California Academy of Family Physicians
3M ago
Addiction Medicine is Family Medicine! is part of the Treating Addiction in Primary Care series. Carol Havens, MD interviews Mario San Bartolome, MD, MBA, MRO, FASAM This episode features two recognized leaders in addiction medicine sharing their thoughts about why Family Physicians need to offer treatment services, what to address as you begin, and how rewarding it is to see the positive impacts in their communities. Addiction medicine is family medicine. On the Podcast: Carol Havens, MD recently retired as Director of Physician Education and Development at the Kaiser Permanente Medical ..read more
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Prescribing Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (S01E03)
Family Docs Podcast
by California Academy of Family Physicians
3M ago
Prescribing Medication for Opioid Use Disorder is part of the Treating Addiction in Primary Care series. Tipu Khan, MD, FAAFP, FASAM interviewing Rebecca Trotzky-Sirr, MD Our guests explain the different OUD medicines - there are three and really only two used in primary care - and guide you through very specific resources and protocols so you can get started saving lives right away.  On the Podcast: Tipu Khan, MD, FAAFP, FASAM is Primary Care Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program Director and Core Faculty, Family Medicine Residency as well as Adjunct Associate Clinical Professor at ..read more
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Break the Stigma, Save a Life (S01E02)
Family Docs Podcast
by California Academy of Family Physicians
3M ago
Break the Stigma, Save a Life is part of the Treating Addiction in Primary Care series. M. Shoaib Khan, MD, AAHIVS interviews Sky Lee, MD, AAHIVS and MK Orsulak, MD, MPH, AAHIVS Health care providers may still blame patients for their substance use disorder (SUD) even though we know that addiction is a brain disorder and not the result of moral weakness. This episode dives deep into the origins of SUD stigma and how it merged with racism in the U.S. to influence drug policy and treatment. We’ll discuss harm reduction and how to promote health and dignity with people who use drugs. On ..read more
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The Time for Treating Substance Use Disorder is Now (S01E01)
Family Docs Podcast
by California Academy of Family Physicians
3M ago
The Time for Treating Substance Use Disorder is Now is part of the Treating Addiction in Primary Care series. Raul Ayala, MD interviews Arianna Campbell, PA-C Why should family doctors - and all primary care providers - integrate treatment for opioid use disorder (OUD) into our practice? You’ll hear first-hand accounts of how medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD) enriches practice, relationships with patients, and most importantly, saves lives. We’ll identify barriers to beginning MOUD and start you on your way to office based opioid treatment (OBOT). On the Podcast: Raul Ayala ..read more
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