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August 25, 2021
Honoring a Family Medicine Icon - Dr. Dennis Saver
Dennis Saver, MD, FAAFP of Vero Beach, FL, passed away Wednesday, July 21, 2021. Dr. Saver, 68, was President of FAFP in 2004 and was an inspirational leader and beloved husband, father, friend and colleague. There really is no way to accurately describe what he meant to not only the FAFP but family medicine and his patients as whole. However, the tributes provided by the following three family medicine leaders speaks for itself and fittingly honors one of the greatest leaders in FAFP history. Dr. Saver, you will missed but never forgotten!

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2022 Call for CME Topics - Deadline is September 1
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Submit your topic proposals for 2022 FAFP CME Weekends!
The FAFP’s CME activities are designed to allow Family Medicine physicians and health care professionals the opportunity to update their medical knowledge, enhance clinical skills, and support their professional development through dynamic CME curricula.
Get involved and submit your 2022 topic proposals using the following link: 2022 FAFP Call for Topic

Submission Deadline: Wednesday, September 1, 2021. All proposals will be reviewed for consideration by the FAFP CPD Committee.
Virtual KSA Study Group - September 23, 2021
Register now for a stand-alone Virtual KSA Study Group (Heart Disease) on September 23, 2021 from 6:30-9:00 pm EST. CLICK HERE for registration. Deadline to register is Wednesday, September 22, 2021; 11:59 pm EST.

You will earn 10 certification points and 8 enduring (not live) CME credits after successful completion of each KSA; ABFM will award these certification points and enduring CME credits.
Extreme Heat: A Guide for Health Professionals & Patients  
Heat kills more Americans than floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, and earthquakes combined. This is why health professionals and their patients need to be aware of the dangers of heat and know the signs of heat exhaustion. Doctors and nurses can advise patients on how to protect themselves from heat’s dangers. The Florida Academy of Family Physician’s My Green Doctor this month provides a useful short guide (reading time 5 minutes):
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