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2019 Street Drugs: Do’s, Don’ts & Dupes – Winston Salem CME Dinner Opportunity on Thursday, June 13th

A one-of-a-kind educational opportunity to address street drugs in 2019 is coming to Winston-Salem this June. Make your plans now to join us after your office hours on Thursday, June 13th from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm at the Kimpton Cardinal Hotel located in downtown Winston-Salem. You and your colleagues will not want to miss Dr. Paul Martin’s presentation, “2019 Street Drugs: Do’s, Don’ts, and Dupes.” (www.ncafp.com/winstonsalemcme) This important CME presentation will address the current drugs of abuse in NC and will include monitoring methods you can use to detect aberrant drug use, and strategies to help avoid diversion of prescription medications. Registration fees are just $25 per person and include a welcome reception, a brief NCAFP update, a delightful dinner prepared by the Kimpton chef, and 1.5 AAFP Prescribed Credits. Credits earned by your participation in this event will also count towards North Carolina’s controlled substance CME requirement for physicians and other healthcare providers. Registration and additional program details can be found at the conference website. Contact Kathryn Atkinson, CMP, Manager of NCAFP Meetings & Events, at katkinson@ncafp.com or via direct-dial at 919-214-9058 with questions.

Academy Leaders Want to Visit Practices in and around Winston-Salem

NCAFP members currently practicing in the Winston-Salem region may request an NCAFP board or staff member to make a short visit to your practice — either on the day of the event or the following day. Academy leaders want to hear first-hand about issues of concern or how they Academy may assist in improving your day-to-day practice. Interested members are encouraged to reach out to Greg Griggs (ggriggs@ncafp.com) for scheduling.