Resident Presentation Details & Application

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Resident Presentations

Each year KAFP dedicates twelve 15-minute CME time slots for Resident Presentations; an opportunity for Kansas family medicine residents to gain speaking experience and participate in scholarly activity.  The goals of the Resident Presentations are:

  • To provide residents the opportunity to give an Annual Meeting presentation that will help fulfill their scholarly activity requirements;
  • To provide interesting CME for meeting attendees;
  • And to build residents’ awareness of and interest in KAFP and the Annual Meeting.
Allocation & Selection

The Professional Development Committee (PDC) allocates presentations to each program based upon the number of residents in each program.

  • KU FMR: 3 presentations
  • Smoky Hill FMR: 1 presentation
  • Via Christi FMR: 5 presentations
  • Wesley FMR: 3 presentations

Program Directors select the resident(s) to present from their program by whatever means they see fit.  The PDC encourages you and your faculty to select the best and brightest residents to present.

Suggested Topics

The PDC encourages your residents to consider presenting on topics from the Suggested Topics list.  These are topics not covered in other CME planned for the meeting.

If you have questions about topics not included in this list, please be in touch with Michelle Corkins.

Faculty To Assist

We ask that Program Directors, or a faculty designee, assist each resident in preparation and practice of their presentation.

Lodging & Stipend

Per KAFP policy, all CME presenters traveling more than 60 miles to the conference location will receive one-nights-stay in the conference hotel.  Mileage is not reimbursed for Resident speakers.

The KAFP-Foundation graciously provides $100 stipends for each resident presenter.

Deadlines & Timeline of Activity

November 15, 2018: Program Directors to complete the Resident Presentation Application form (below) for each resident to present from their program.  If you have any questions about topics please address them with KAFP before this deadline.  If you are unable to fill any of your allocated slots by this date, please notify KAFP so that any unused slots may be released to other programs on a first-come, first-served basis.

By November 30, 2018: KAFP will release the schedule of Resident Presentations.

December 15, 2018: Deadline for residents to complete the Presenter’s Agreement and Conflict of Interest Disclosure forms.  KAFP will email links to these forms to resident presenters.

April 15, 2019: Deadline for residents to complete Travel & Lodging Requests and AV, PowerPoint & Handout forms.   Again, KAFP will email links to these forms to resident presenters.

June 8, 2019; 8:15-11:30 a.m.: Resident Presentations at KAFP Annual Meeting.  Residents will be assigned a 15-minute presentation slot during this time.

June 6-8 2019: KAFP Annual Meeting, Wichita, KS.  Resident speakers are expected to attend a minimum of one-half day of the Annual Meeting and listen to other presentations.  Residents are welcome to attend the entire meeting if they wish.

Questions

Contact Michelle Corkins or 316-721-9005.

Resident Presentations

Each year KAFP dedicates twelve 15-minute CME time slots for Resident Presentations; an opportunity for Kansas family medicine residents to gain speaking experience and participate in scholarly activity.  The goals of the Resident Presentations are:

  • To provide residents the opportunity to give an Annual Meeting presentation that will help fulfill their scholarly activity requirements;
  • To provide interesting CME for meeting attendees;
  • And to build residents’ awareness of and interest in KAFP and the Annual Meeting.
Allocation & Selection

The Professional Development Committee (PDC) allocates presentations to each program based upon the number of residents in each program.

  • KU FMR: 3 presentations
  • Smoky Hill FMR: 1 presentation
  • Via Christi FMR: 5 presentations
  • Wesley FMR: 3 presentations

Program Directors select the resident(s) to present from their program by whatever means they see fit.  The PDC encourages you and your faculty to select the best and brightest residents to present.

Suggested Topics

The PDC encourages your residents to consider presenting on topics from the Suggested Topics list.  These are topics not covered in other CME planned for the meeting.  Suggested topics are on a first-come-first-served basis.

View the list of topics already selected by residents to the left (note, KAFP staff does their best to update this list in a timely manner).

If you have questions about topics not included in this list, please be in touch with Michelle Corkins.

Topics already selected by a Resident

  • Lipid Treatment for Primary Prevention Not Effective in Older Adults
  • Empiric Treatment of Onychomycosis with Terbinafine is Most Cost-Effective Strategy
  • Steroid Injections Ineffective for Knee Osteoarthritis
  • Long-Term Use of Bisphosphonates Increases the Risk of Fractures in Older Women
Faculty To Assist

We ask that Program Directors, or a faculty designee, assist each resident in preparation and practice of their presentation.

Lodging & Stipend

Per KAFP policy, all CME presenters traveling more than 60 miles to the conference location will receive one-nights-stay in the conference hotel.  Mileage is not reimbursed for Resident speakers.

The KAFP-Foundation graciously provides $100 stipends for each resident presenter.

Deadlines & Timeline of Activity

November 15, 2018: Program Directors to complete the Resident Presentation Application form (below) for each resident to present from their program.  If you have any questions about topics please address them with KAFP before this deadline.  If you are unable to fill any of your allocated slots by this date, please notify KAFP so that any unused slots may be released to other programs on a first-come, first-served basis.

By November 30, 2018: KAFP will release the schedule of Resident Presentations.

December 15, 2018: Deadline for residents to complete the Presenter’s Agreement and Conflict of Interest Disclosure forms.  KAFP will email links to these forms to resident presenters.

April 15, 2019: Deadline for residents to complete Travel & Lodging Requests and AV, PowerPoint & Handout forms.   Again, KAFP will email links to these forms to resident presenters.

June 8, 2019; 8:15-11:30 a.m.: Resident Presentations at KAFP Annual Meeting.  Residents will be assigned a 15-minute presentation slot during this time.

June 6-8 2019: KAFP Annual Meeting, Wichita, KS.  Resident speakers are expected to attend a minimum of one-half day of the Annual Meeting and listen to other presentations.  Residents are welcome to attend the entire meeting if they wish.

Questions

Contact Michelle Corkins or 316-721-9005.

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