The Department of Family Medicine is undertaking the creation of a high end report that will go beyond the standard annual report template with dry numbers, facts and figures, and instead deliver thought-provoking discussions on the most important issues in Family Medicine at the present time.
2012 will be our first year creating a “field” report providing thought leadership at the national level. It should open up the opportunity for honest assessment of programs that work or don’t work, as well as provide a forum for reciprocal conversation with others in the field about the most important problems/ priorities facing the discipline.
Our goal is to distribute the first DFM Field Report by end of year 2012 and to present it’s content at the Spring ADFM Conference.
Project Timeline Status
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- June 2012: Discovery Sessions with Key Leadership around Family Medicine issues
- May 2012: Completion of the Preliminary Questions to develop report content
- May 2012: Presentation to the Executive Committee and approval of project budget
- April 2012: Signed Proposal with Anabliss, a leading marketing communications firm
- April 2012: Solicited 3 major Denver area communications consultants for bids