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2022 CAFP Winter Magazine: California Family Physicians

The Winter 2022 issue of California Family Physician (Volume 73, Number 1) has been reviewed and accepted by the American Academy of Family Physicians for 5 Prescribed CME credits.  Clinicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 

Learning Objectives
After reading the articles in this issue, learners should be able to:
  • Describe initial components of an evaluation for children with obesity.

  • List ways to include food insecurity and social determinants of health in obesity treatment.

  • List one option for identifying young LGBTQIA+ patients in practice.

  • Describe several opportunities to provide a safe space for gender-diverse patients.

  • Describe benefits of trauma-informed care.

  • List ways to assess if one is practicing with a trauma-informed lens.

  • Describe how focusing on the “Why and How” of primary care delivery serves patients.

To claim your credits, please complete and submit this quiz and evaluation. 

Questions, please contact Jerri Davis at

1. Please complete these demographic questions so we can process your CME credits. We will not share this information. *This question is required.
2. What is the rate of BMI (body mass index) increase among children and adolescents aged 2-19 compared to pre-pandemic rates?

What percentage of the US population aged 13-17 identifies as LGBT?

5. Which of the following is true?
What changes do you plan to make?
What is your level of commitment to making the changes stated above?
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Brent Sugimoto, MD, MPH Decoded Health Editor, Planner and Author Nothing to Declare
Shani Muhammad, MD, FAAFP   Author Nothing to Declare
Scott Nass, MD, MPA, FAAFP, AAHIVS   Author Nothing to Declare
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