Nov 4, 2014
Image of students from John O'Connell HIgh School

Family medicine residents participated as panelists for student presentations at O'Connell HS in the Mission District of San Francisco. Student teams each researched an infectious disease (Ebola, Hanta, influenza) and prepared a presentation on its history, containment strategies, symptoms and pathological processes, and community outreach plans for public health prevention. Team members adopted the perspectives of pathologists, epidemiologists, health care providers (MD/Nurse), and community health workers. Their learning about communicable diseases and their impact on public health was awesome! And our FCM residents helped give them feedback on how much they had learned and incorporated into their presentations.

This collaboration is part of the terrific work of the FACES for the future program - which is working to inspire youth to lead by creating innovative approaches to youth development, health careers preparation, and wellness:


Oct 28, 2014

As part of the CEPC-CQC collaborative in Advanced Primary Care, Dr. Olayiwola and Laurie Bauer are training nearly 50 leaders from Southern California practices on building blocks 2 and 3 - data driven improvement and empanelment, which are foundational Building Blocks.


Sep 29, 2014
Image of Daniel Ciccarone with bike

Congratulations to FCM's Dan Ciccarone for winning the Annual Sustainability Faculty Award.  An avid cyclist, Dan was recognized for his 2+ decades of bike commuting advocacy.