The Women's Health Track of the Kaiser Permanente National Primary Care Conference

The Women's Health Track of the Kaiser Permanente National Primary Care Conference


Ruth Shaber, MD

Winter 2005 - Volume 9 Number 1

https://doi.org/10.7812/TPP/04-137

Twice a year the Kaiser Permanente National Primary Care Conference (PCC) brings together expert clinician-presenters from all over the Kaiser Permanente Regions. The Women's conference format five years ago and has continued to grow in participation and popularity. Besides offering the latest evidence-based medical information, the conference is always held in a relaxing atmosphere and allows quality time to renew and invigorate the spirit. The PCC faculty is invited to attend a Faculty Development Workshop to improve presentation style and skills. The workshop includes on-camera and group critiquing and is a great opportunity even for experienced presenters.

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