Aafp Robert Graham Center

Aafp Robert Graham Center
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1350 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 331-3360

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The CDC released a new Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report and Vital Signs report highlighting the need to remind patients about safe sleeping practices for babies. http://ow.ly/LjcZ30hWlOp

AAFP Member Monday Story “What does health mean to you?” That is the question Michael J. Bradfield, M.D., M.P.H., learned to ask patients while serving in his residency’s rural rotation. “I ask every patient a variation of this question,” he said. “My experience has been if you let them show you the most important topic to address regarding their health they will continue to come back, and the trust gained will eventually allow you to address the things you think are important.” Dr. Bradfield’s path to family medicine has not been a straight one. While medicine was always his calling, he spent his time in medical school intent on a career in community program planning, and he volunteered with the Peace Corps Rural Health and Sanitation Program in Paraguay from 2005 to 2007. But it was when serving the migrant farm worker population of East Tennessee and the people of Appalachia that his path became clear. “I saw that I could combine my desire to work in public health with the care of individuals,” he said. “Family medicine became the obvious fit and, two and a half years into residency, I have not looked back.” A recipient of the 2017 AAFP Award for Excellence in Graduate Medical Education, Dr. Bradfield is currently a resident at North Colorado Family Medicine (NCFM) in Greeley, Colo., where he has participated in the program’s full-spectrum training. “You can push yourself to achieve anything here, and the faculty and community doctors in Greeley are so excited about learning and service to the community that anything is possible,” he said. Dr. Bradfield uses the communication skills learned from his experiences to turn those possibilities into realities. “My Peace Corps experience taught me how to share what I think is possible for the patient while also letting patients share what they want from a visit,” he said. “Lessons from the faces of many strangers have taught me how to interact, how to have a conversation, what it is to be human, and has deepened the quality and scope of practice I can offer those in need.” What are the common communication barriers you face with patients, and how do you break through to establish a connection? Tell us in the comments below.

American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) shared their live video.
Is your practice merely surviving, or is it thriving? Find out how improving your practice's culture will improve your own health by watching our recent video Q&A featuring the AAFP's Family Physician Health and Well-being Conference Chair, Mark H. Greenawald, MD, FAAFP.
AAFP Facebook Live Event: Why Practice Culture Matters

The AAFP is committed to protecting the rights of family physicians and their patients as HHS rolls out its new Conscience and Religious Freedom Division http://ow.ly/eWya50gcxwE

The AAFP’s Family Physician Compensation and Employment Contracts Webinar on Jan. 31 at 8pm CT will help you identify elements that determine physician compensation, apply concepts to monitor metrics that improves your value, and use concepts to negotiate an employment contract. Register now for this event: http://ow.ly/JbQn30hriO5

We are lucky to have amazing learners with us throughout the year. Learn more about the Larry A. Green Visiting Sch twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

Interested in a Population Health Curriculum? The Graham Center has one here: https://t.co/Q4PqKEdNDH Please check twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

Last poster of #NAPCRG2017 for the team is from 10:45-12:15 in AV Viger. Come check out, "Screening for Social Need twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

"Health Center High Performers in Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment," and "Do Recent Family twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

"Prescription Fingerprinting: Using Machine Learning to Identify Primary Care Providers," is being presented this a twitter.com/i/web/status/9…