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AAFP president-elect to speak at WCMEW workforce conference

Michael Munger, MD, will highlight trends and challenges facing health care professionals nationwide during his opening keynote presentation at the Wisconsin Council on Medical Education and Workforce (WCMEW) conference Sept. 27 in Wisconsin Dells.

Doctor Munger, president-elect of the American Academy of Family Physicians, will lay the groundwork for in-depth discussion of public policy, transformation of care delivery, and health workforce data presented throughout the day during his remarks. He also will present best practices identified by the AAFP, emphasizing the role of all health care professional providers, educators, and administrators in tackling projected shortage issues.

The conference also will feature several breakout sessions, including one presented by Society member Heather Schmidt, DO, who will focus on the Society’s Physician Experience Task Force and its efforts regarding physician burnout and retention.

WCMEW is a collaboration of stakeholders across Wisconsin, including the Wisconsin Medical Society, Wisconsin Hospital Association, Medical College of Wisconsin, and UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health, among others.

Click here for more information about the conference, including the complete agenda. To register online, click here.

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