DFM Announcements

  1. "Charged Up" Strategic Planning Brief

    To communicate the DFMCH ReCHARGED strategic planning process, we are introducing the “Charged Up” brief with implementation updates.

    Background: As you remember, each task force developed a proposal that described their issue, reviewed best practices and advocated for a particular strategy or strategies for DFMCH. As implementation moves forward, we will be requesting updates from the implementation teams and sharing them with you. Read more... »

  2. It Starts With Me: Nov 3, 2016

    We hope you are able to join us for the third session of  “It Starts With Me: Conversations about Identity, Privilege and Intersectionality.” 

    We will be in the Wingra Clinic Bay Creek Conference Room, Nov 3, 2016 (12:30 – 1:30PM), but again we will have video conferencing available.  Please let Ann Schensky know as soon as possible if you would like your site to participate so we can set it up. Read more... »

  3. 2016 Renner / Hansen Reception & Awards - Nov 9, 2016

    Please join us for the annual “John H. Renner, MD Wisconsin Idea Award” and “Marc Hansen, MD Lecture” Reception and Awards.

    Date: Wed, Nov 9, 2016
    Time: 5:30-7:30 PM
    Location: Alumni Lounge, Pyle Center – Madison, Wisconsin

    We will be presenting the following awards: Read more... »

  4. It Starts With Me: Conversations about Identity, Privilege and Intersectionality.

    Thanks to those of you who were able to join us for our second session “It Starts With Me: Conversations about Identity, Privilege and Intersectionality.”  If you missed this event you may find the material at https://inside.fammed.wisc.edu/2020-diversity-initiative.  As a follow up to our discussions this month, think about the following:

    On the topic of race as a social construct

    Find a colleague and Read more... »

  5. UW Health Quality and Safety Week - October 10-13

    Join UW Health for a variety of engaging talks and activities October 10-13, 2016.

    See website for full details

    There are several “Take Five” speed sharing/learning sessions (covering five improvement projects in 30 minutes!), talks on handoffs, health care acquired infections and safe pain management, along with a patient experience panel discussion (featuring Dr. Elizabeth Perry) and more. Read more... »

  6. Setting SMART Goals

    SMART Goals

     

    SMART GOALS:

    During our annual review, we are asked to write our goals for the year. Similarly, residents and medical students are periodically asked to write their goals. The SMART goal framework is one effective method of clarifying your goals. Goals are focused on plans for learning and development to address a performance goal or career goal. SMART GOALS are:

    ·       Are clear, specific accountabilities Read more... »

  7. Putting Away the Pom Poms and Becoming an Effective Coach

    Putting Away the Pom Poms and Becoming an Effective Coach

     

    As medical educators, our goal is to give constructive feedback on what students/residents do effectively, and what needs improvement. The ultimate goal is for the learner to effectively identify their limitations, identify specific goals and for us to guide them in achieving the goals.

      Read more... »

  8. Statewide Grand Rounds - Sept 14, 2016

    Date/Time: September 14, 2016 — 12:30-1:30 PM

    Location: Mendota Conference Room—3rd Floor, Alumni Hall

    What Next for the PCMH: Letting Go of Humpty Dumpty

    Presented by: Read more... »

  9. 2016 Farley / Frey Reception - Sept. 14

    Date/Time: Sept. 14, 2016 - 5:30-7:30 PM

    Location: Alumni Lounge, Pyle Center - Madison, WI

    Health by Surprise: Refreshing Family Medicine's Roots

    Presented by William L. Miller, MD MA at the Farley-Frey Event on: Read more... »

  10. Reception for Wanda Filer, President of AAFP - Aug 29, 2016

    The Department of Family Medicine and Community Health cordially invites you to join us for a reception in honor of Wanda Filer, MD, MBA, FAAFP.

    Monday, August 29 - 5:30-7:00 PM
    Pyle Center , 702 Langdon Street

    Please RSVP to Kim.Jansen@fammed.wisc.edu by Monday, August 22 if you are able to attend.

    Wanda Filer, MD, MBA, FAAFP - President
    American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) Read more... »