Resident Programming

Thinking beyond residency? This programming is specifically designed to be of specific interest to residents, including those preparing to transition into practice. Workshop topics include exploration of career options, evaluating and negotiating employment agreements, fellowships, financial information and tips for easing into practice.

Recent Resident Programming included:

Career Planning

  • CV Preparation for Residents: Simple Steps for Success
  • Fellowships in Family Medicine
  • Family Medicine Cares / FMC Resident Service Project Award presentation
  • From Residency to Faculty
  • Maternal Care and Childbirth in Family Medicine
  • Physician Wellbeing = Significant Other Wellbeing
  • Take Charge!  3 Keys to Getting Out from Under the Burden of Student Loans
  • Understanding and Negotiating Your First Employment Agreement

Clinical Skills

  • Concussions:  Diagnosis, Evaluation and Management
  • LGBT Health Screening and Psychosocial Considerations:  Developing Informed and Insightful Health Screening Guidelines for Your Practice
  • POCUS, Point of Care Ultrasound, The Future is Now
  • Practical Approach to EKG Interpretation
  • Surviving the Genomic Age as a Family Medicine Practitioner

Health Policy and Advocacy

  • Acing the Interview:  High-Yield Media Training for Primary Care Advocates and Residency Applicants
  • Family Medicine for America’s Health—Working to Meet the Quadruple Aim and Reduce Health Disparities
  • Introduction to Social Determinants of Health and Promotion of Health Equity

Practice Management

  • Building a Direct Primary Care Practice


  • Family Medicine Leads Emerging Leader Institute project presentations
  • Patient-Oriented Evidence That Matters: Important 2016 Studies That May Change Your Practice
  • Resident Research in Family Medicine presentations


2017 National

Save the date for the 2017 National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students!

July 27 - July 29, 2017
Kansas City Convention Center
Kansas City, MO