The GAFP serves as a partner of the Georgia Clinical Transformation Team (GCT2), a coalition of organizations who have aligned programs and services dedicated to connecting and collaborating to lead Georgia providers in transforming healthcare using technology and quality improvement processes. The GAFP coordinates and hosts 30-minute monthly webinars on topics that foster collaboration on practice quality improvement, facilitated efforts around cardiac care, diabetes management, motivational interviewing, behavioral health, and medication adherence. These educational CME webinars offer a streamlined, comprehensive approach to services that are needed and accessible to clinicians.
This month’s webinar, Cancer Survivorship, will be held on June 28th at 12:30 pm with Angie Patterson, Vice President, Georgia Center for Oncology Research and Education (GA CORE). From this webinar, you’ll learn more about the results of the statewide Cancer Survivors’ Needs Assessment, with particular focus on the top issues of Georgia’s survivors; the needs of cancer survivors with a particular focus on their ongoing care from primary care physicians (surveillance, guidelines, care for long-term (and short term) side effects; and the need for the second dissemination of survivors’ survey and it’s focused approach to reach more of the disparate population in our state.
Please click the link to register for the June 28th webinar.
Can’t attend on June 28th? Register anyway and we’ll send you a link.