News from NJAFP

Call for Cases

ACUTE SEVERE HEPATITIS IN YOUNG CHILDREN Call for Cases CDC is investigating nine cases of severe hepatitis of unknown cause in otherwise healthy children in Alabama. These cases are potentially linked to adenovirus type 41, although the cause is not ...
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2022 NJAFP Family Physician of the Year Awarded to Dr. Josette Palmer

2022 NJAFP Family Physician of the Year Awarded to Dr. Josette Palmer Dr. Josette Palmer receives NJAFP's 2022 Family Physician of the Year Award Dr. Palmer is the kind of physician New Jersey is desperate to keep: a Jersey-trained, community-based, ...
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Bordentown Family Physician Mary F. Campagnolo, MD, MBA, FAAFP, Named to American Academy of Family Physicians Board of Directors

Mary F. Campagnolo, MD, MBA, FAAFP Long-Time NJAFP Member and Highly Respected Physician, Elected to 3-Year Term as Advocate for Family Physicians Across the Nation Trenton, NJ – A highly respected, Bordentown family physician, Mary F. Campagnolo, MD, MBA, FAAFP, ...
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COVID-19 Maternal & Infant Outcomes Project

The Department of Health is working to reach out to healthcare providers that provide prenatal care in order to identify cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection during pregnancy in order to track maternal and infant outcomes. You can help. Review the letter ...
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Special Message from NJAFP: You Are Not Alone

Dear NJAFP Member, We know that you have all been stretched to the limit, and NJAFP has been working hard throughout the COVID-19 pandemic to help you and your patients. We want to take a moment to thank you for ...
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Op-Ed: We Need a ‘Marshall Plan’ to Save Infrastructure of Primary Care, Public Health

RAY SAPUTELLI | APRIL 20, 2020 | OPINION, CORONAVIRUS IN NJ   Primary care physicians have been largely ignored during this crisis; pandemic has ‘exposed gaping cracks in our siloed, fractured and disconnected health care system’ Ray Saputelli Following the devastation of World ...
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Perspectives: A View of Family Medicine in New Jersey Online

Perspectives is the Journal of the New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians. It is published four times per year and reaches over 2000 Family Physicians, physicans-in-training, select non-member physicians and medical students throughout New Jersey.

How do I submit an article for publication?

Clinical articles, letters to the editor and other submissions for publication should be submitted - preferably electronically as MS Word documents - to the Managing Editor, Theresa J. Barrett, PhD, CMP, CAE

The Editors reserve the right to accept or reject any article or advertising material.