Medical School & Residency
Strolling Through the Match
Prepare for your residency interviews with valuable information and tips from the AAFP.
Why family medicine?
Explore a Career in Family Medicine
Why become a family physician? Get information on this important and rewarding path in medicine.
Attending Medical School
Considering Medical School
Get information about medical school, and what it takes to become a family physician.
Begin Your Medical Education
Learn what you can expect as you apply to and move through your training in medical school.
Get Involved with an FMIG
Family Medicine Interest Groups
Connect with peers and engage with the family medicine specialty during medical school.
Preparing for Residency
Select a Family Medicine Residency
Find a program that meets your goals, prepare for the application process, and understand how the MATCH to residency works.
In Residency & Beyond
Transition into Practice
Get ready for certification, and determine the next steps in your career path.
For Advisors and Educators
For Pre-Med & Medical School Educators
Access information on the family medicine specialty to share with your advisees.
For Residency Program Directors & Staff
Use these resources to support your residents and your program.
Residency Program Consulting
Position Your Program for Excellence with Residency Program Solutions
Proactively assess your program. Implement critical improvements. Keep pace with changes in the GME environment.
Global Health Opportunities
Discover how you can help underserved populations through global family medicine.
Do you read your AFP?
As a student member of the AAFP, you can access the award-winning, clinical journal, American Family Physician.
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Choosing a Residency Program
Get the information you need to successfully complete the residency program selection process.
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Board Review Questions
Study like a family physician with these free AAFP Board review questions.
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