The FMIG Faculty Advisors Manual is a complete guide to advising a Family Medicine Interest Group. The handbook covers the role of a faculty advisor, basics about FMIGs, communication vehicles, programming ideas, funding opportunities, national student leadership opportunities, a yearly timeline, and more. Email Ashley Bentley, AAFP Student Interest Communications Coordinator, for a hard copy of the manual, or access it by section below.
The AAFP also publishes the FMIG Manual(31 page PDF), a guide for student leaders with information on similar topic areas geared toward them.
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