Join us for the next Wellness Wednesdays session, Building Meaningful Connections in the Community for You and Your Patients, on Wednesday, April 17, from 12:15 – 1:00 p.m. EST.
Have you been hearing the term social determinants of health (SDOH) or population health lately? Wondering how you can start making meaningful connections for your patients and the community? This webinar will provide you with the answers!
The 45-minute session will help you:
- Understand the why and how of connecting with your community and how it relates to physician well-being
- Learn the best tools and techniques for patient engagement and addressing SDOH
- Learn how to help your community during times of disaster
- Develop a plan for patient engagement for your practice,
You’ll surely be in the right hands with expert speaker Kim Yu, MD, from Aliso Viejo, CA. Dr. Yu’s has interest and experience with physician well-being, advocacy on health equity and workforce initiatives, community health work, and disaster medicine and relief. She is currently the director of quality and performance, ambulatory/urgent care division at Vituity. She is actively involved in the American Academy of Family Physicians, having served on the Commission on Membership and Member Services, the Subcommittee on Health Equity, and as the Convener for the National Conference for Constituency Leaders. Currently, she serving as an AAFP Physician well-being panelist and speaker for its Physician Health First initiative and as chair of the AAFP Global Health Member Interest Group. Dr. Yu also played a pivotal role in the Family Medicine for America’s Health initiative as member on the Health Equity core tactic team. Outside of her Academy related commitments, Dr. Yu also works with the World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA), currently serving on the Organizational Equity Committee and as the convener for the Health Equity special interest group.
Don’t miss this session! Join us on Wednesday, April 17, to learn more about the important role you can play in connecting your patients to resources in the community.
If you have any questions about this session or the series overall, please contact Kaitlin McGuffie or call 800.742.7327.