Looking for how to contact the AAFP or questions about the site? This is a good place to start.
Have a question or need to get in touch with the AAFP?
Looking for an AAFP phone directory?
Stay in touch with fellow family physicians and get the latest news about the AAFP and family medicine delivered to your inbox.
Share ideas, news, and concerns with your peers. Join a general member discussion, or dive in to the topics that interest you, including Clinical Procedures, LGBT, IMG, Minority Issues, and more.
A daily email newsletter designed specifically for family physicians. This free resource offers a quick, two-minute read to help you stay up-to-date with the latest news and trends in family medicine.
Note: This news roundup is provided as a timely update to AAFP members and other health care professionals about family medicine topics in the news media. Links to articles are provided for the convenience of family physicians who may find them of use in discussions with patients or colleagues. Opinions expressed in Family Medicine SmartBrief are those of the identified authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of the American Academy of Family Physicians. On occasion, media articles may include or imply incorrect information about the AAFP and its policies, positions or relationships. For clarification on AAFP positions and policies, view AAFP policies.
Get help logging into restricted access sections of aafp.org, including links to retrieve your username and/or password, and to set up a nonmember account.
Individual pages may require additional applications. When this is the case, the user will be informed and given a link for more information.
As primary care’s established source for medical information, the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) provides cutting edge, up-to-date content to its membership and other groups.
A trusted, go-to source for more than 134,000 family physicians and medical students, the AAFP is a reliable, evidence-based source of medical information for health care professionals.
The AAFP develops a range of high-quality, health care-focused materials, including peer-reviewed journal articles, special reports, and algorithms, as well as medical forms and patient education resources.
Content on the AAFP’s websites is copyrighted. You may download, view, and print content from AAFP websites for your own personal, non-commercial use, provided all trademark, copyright, and other proprietary notices appearing in such content is retained.
Looking for permission to use American Family Physician (AFP), FPM, or FP Essentials content? More here »
License up-to-date and relevant content from primary care’s trusted resource—the American Academy of Family Physicians. Delivering high-quality medical content for more than seven decades, the AAFP provides information that improves the health of patients, families, and communities.
Available content includes:
The AAFP’s evidence-based, peer-reviewed articles can be tailored to fit your educational, commercial, or promotional needs and can be delivered via print or electronic format.
To learn more, contact Sheridan Content Solutions.
Linking to web pages of reputable organizations can enhance messages on your organization’s website. The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) has valuable content throughout its website. If you link to web pages on AAFP.org, please follow these guidelines.
The AAFP website contains information, software, photographs, graphics and other materials collectively known as "content." Unless otherwise noted, the AAFP reserves full title and ownership of all. Content is protected by copyrights, trademarks, and other intellectual and property rights and all rights are reserved. The AAFP disclaims any liability to any party for the accuracy, completeness or availability of any AAFP content or other material or for any damages arising out of the use or nonuse of any AAFP content.
The AAFP is pleased to grant permission to use or reproduce copyrighted material in accordance with our current guidelines. In some cases, fees are applicable.
The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) is committed to promoting integrity and objectivity in medical research. The Policy for Financial Conflict of Interest for Research sets forth standards to ensure the absence of bias by identifying financial relationships that could influence, or appear to influence, an investigator’s ability to carry out his or her responsibilities in the best interests of the AAFP. The policy includes the following elements:
View the AAFP's Policy for Financial Conflict of Interest for Research »