Resident Benefits

Family medicine is in motion.
Join the movement at National Conference.

Current PGY1:
Refine your clinical skills through sessions designed specifically for residents, connect with colleagues, and influence AAFP policy in the Resident Congress.

Current PGY2: Meet with potential employers in the Expo Hall, and learn about fellowships and other post-residency opportunities. Prepare to transition into practice through resources on debt relief, employment contracts, and developing your CV.

Current PGY3: If you’re not graduating in May, join your fellow residents and meet potential employers and prepare to transition into practice.

*All program years are eligible to participate in any National Conference event or programming.

The following session titles need bullet points under the headlines to match the Student Benefits page:

Career Planning sessions

  • CV Preparation
  • Fellowships
  • Financial responsibilities
  • Contract negotiation
  • Physician wellbeing

Clinical Skills sessions

  • Concussions
  • Ultrasound
  • EKG
  • Genomics

Health Policy and Advocacy sessions

  • Promoting health equity
  • Getting involved in advocacy

Leadership Development sessions

  • Residents as teachers

Practice Management sessions

  • Direct primary care

Research sessions

  • Patient oriented evidence
  • Resident research grant presentations

2016 National

Join us for the 2016 National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students!

July 28 - July 30, 2016
Kansas City Convention Center
Kansas City, MO