TNAFP is responding to members’ feedback for more convenient weekend CME offerings with a regional education event in West Tennessee. The one-day, in-person Summer CME Conference, hosted in collaboration with the Family Medicine Residency at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis, is designed for family physicians to earn up to *6 AAFP Prescribed Credits on a variety of clinical topics from local subject matter experts. The event is open to all physicians and other interested healthcare providers, including nurses and physician assistants.

Breakfast and lunch are included with registration.

*Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending.

TNAFP Summer Regional CME Conference
Saturday, July 27, 2024
Baptist Memorial Hospital
Garrett Auditorium/Baptist Education Center

TNAFP/AAFP Members: $150
Nonmember physicians and other healthcare providers: $200
Residents and students: FREE


8:00 – Breakfast

8:30 – Welcome
Kent Lee, MD, MA, FAAFP

8:45 – Musings of a West Tennessee Doc
Lee Carter, MD, FAAFP

9:15 – Empowering Patients: Clear Education and Actionable Strategies for Patients with Diabetes
Samantha Gutierrez, MD, MPH

10:15 – Break

10:30 – Overview of Orthostatic Hypotension
Zaheer Choudhury, MD

11:30 – Clinical Considerations for Initiating and Maintaining Testosterone Replacement Therapy within Hypogonadal Males
Ahmed Ashai, MD

12:30 – Lunch

1:30 – Contraception Counseling and Care for an Empowered Woman
Brittany May, DO, MPH

2:30 – Gravity of Suboptimal Management of Thyroid Dysfunction
Francis Agama, MD

3:30 – Break

3:45 – Osteopathic Approach to Low Back Pain
Mario Garcia, DO

4:45 – Closing Remarks/Adjourn