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Welcome to Residency Program Central -- the online center dedicated to family medicine residency program directors, associate directors, and coordinators. Bookmark this page for easy access to news, information, and opportunities specific to the interests of residency programs.
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Our online directories for residencies and clerkships are great ways to showcase your program and get noticed. Update your free listing today!
Review residency program curriculum recommendations endorsed by the AAFP and aligned with educational competencies as defined by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
Board Review Preparation
Use the ITE as a Board prep activity, and discover additional study resources available from the AAFP.
Receive monthly monographs that focus on new diagnostic methods, treatments, and guidelines specific to family medicine.
Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO)
Sponsor a course for evidence-based, multidisciplinary training in obstetric emergency management.
Practice Management for Residents:
From Residency to Reality
Prepare your residents to succeed in practice.
METRIC: Performance in Practice
Modules in hypertension, diabetes, geriatrics, or asthma. Program pricing available.
The 2015-2016 packet of AAFP Resident membership brochures and application forms were mailed to residency coordinators at family medicine residency programs on April 22, 2015.
Questions? Email Debra Hurst at email@example.com.
2015 Match Results Analysis
Read an executive summary and access the latest data.
Certificates for Residents and Preceptors
Order AAFP Residency Completion to recognize your residents, or Teaching Certificates to recognize valued preceptors.
How can you attract top residents to your program? Here are some suggestions.
Stay on top of practice environment changes when you access HealthLandscape's ACO Explorer. Data is compiled by the Robert Graham Center (RGC), and access is free for AAFP members.