Opioid Use Disorder Livestream, May 24-25. FREE! PCSS Waiver Training, May 23. Learn how to implement a patient-centered approach to diagnose and provide treatment for individuals with opioid use disorder. You’ll focus on skills you can immediately put into practice.
Keep up with the latest information on COVID-19 including developments in vaccine efficacy and availability, new variants, and more by visiting the AAFP's COVID-19 vaccine hub.
Connect in person with residency programs and gain hands-on experience in family medicine at National Conference 2022, July 28–30 in Kansas City, MO. Early bird savings end June 17—save $50 now!
Women's Health CME Livestream, June 21-24. Learn strategies to identify the risks and appropriately counsel patients about medical problems that may manifest differently, or more frequently, both physically and mentally, in women.
Use the AAFP's new member directory to connect with colleagues. Search by location, residency program, and more. Privacy settings put you in control of what information, if any, you want to share with others.
Join your colleagues at the Family Medicine Advocacy Summit, May 22-24 in Washington, DC. Family Medicine Needs Your Voice.
A new report on COVID-19 vaccines from the Kaiser Family Foundation emphasizes the challenges family physicians and other health care professionals are facing as they try to combat misinformation and increase vaccine confidence.
The American Academy of Family Physicians recognizes April as National Minority Health Month, an opportunity to promote improved health in minority populations and to promote interest in family medicine. (2002) (2018 COD)
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