Thanks to the California Academy of Family Physicians for the invitation to present at the 2011 Family Medicine Summit which will take place this coming weekend on October 15-16, 2011 at the Sheraton Gateway LAX. I'm going to be taking my Social Media and Family Medicine story all the way to Los Angeles from my home here in Ohio. I'll also be part of a panel talking about leading through social media.
The conference schedule for this meeting looks great! The kickoff will be a keynote talk with CAFP President Carol Havens, MD entitled, "What family medicine is and what it means to us, our patients and our lives." There are other leadership and advocacy topics. In addition, there are clinical topics and even a residency fair at the conclusion of the meeting.
In the video above, you'll see a video promo for the meeting. I'm bringing some equipment with me to possibly live video stream some sessions during the Family Medicine Summit. I don't know if it's going to work or if the bandwidth will hold up or if this thing will even work. But, it'll be fun trying to find out! Hope to see you in person and/or on the internet on Saturday, October 16th!