The program for the first day and links to associated webpages relating to the first day’s activities:
The 21st National Conference will begin with assigned breakfast groups at Dondero’s Restaurant at the Grand Hyatt Kaua’i (which will be open only for conference registrants).
The assigned breakfast question for Monday will be posted in the first week of April, 2010.
Supplementary information on Monday morning’s activities may be found through the following hyperlinks. The first roundtable is described at: Josh Freeman, Perry Pugno, Enrique Fernandez to Lead Off 21st National Conference on Primary Health Care Access With “What Just Happened?” Roundtable.
The second roundtable is described at: 21st National Conference Plenary: Health Reform Legislation Consequences for the Nation’s Primary Care Physicians.
Background information on the plenary discussion of Ross University is found at: National Conference Plenary Presentation on the Contributions of Caribbean Medical Schools to Meeting the Nation’s Primary Care Needs.
For a discussion of the Senior Fellows and Fellows of the National Consortium on Community-Based Medical Education, see: Fellows and Senior Fellows.