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Bringing CME to You – Winston-Salem Event a Sellout!!!

NCAFP’s first evening CME event proved wildly successful with a sellout event at the Kimpton Cardinal Hotel in Winston-Salem last night. Dr. Paul Martin discussed: “2019 Street Drugs: Do’s, Don’ts and Dupes.” The presentation discussed both prescription drug abuse and the numerous numbers of street drugs that family physicians should watch for with their patients. […]

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2019 Spring Symposium Speaker Line-Up Includes Two Charlotte-Area Member Physicians

Those of you planning to attend the Annual Spring Symposium, scheduled for Saturday, April 6th at the Charlotte Marriott SouthPark from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, are in for a treat! In addition to great lecture topics, 8.00 AAFP Prescribed Credits and a convenient one-day format, this year’s guest faculty includes two fantastic Charlotte-area member […]

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In Need of CME? NCAFP’s Winter Meeting in Asheville will Offer Plenty

The NCAFP’s Winter Family Physicians Weekend scheduled for November 30th- December 3rd, 2017 will be here before you know it! Several expert speakers and many fabulous vendors are already planning to participate in this fantastic annual event with over 800+ family physicians and other primary care providers. We hope that you are making your plans to be […]

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Free Seminars on Safe Opioid Prescribing Aimed at Dare and Stokes County Prescribers

The Governor’s Institute has announced two free seminars that will discuss opioid safety and highlight strategies prescribers can use to reduce the adverse outcomes from misuse, and abuse. The seminars are targeting Dare County (Thurs, 6/8) and Stokes County (Tues., 6/20) prescribers, including physicians, physician assistants, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, dentists, and podiatrists. Family physician Dr. […]

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NC Medical Board Offering Education to Fulfill New Controlled Substances CME Requirement

The North Carolina Medical Board has announced a new series of live educational sessions and a webinar that combine to fulfill the controlled substances CME requirement going into effect July 1st. The live sessions begin in early April across central NC, (see dates and locations here) with additional locations expected to be announced later this […]

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