National Conference of Constituency Leaders (NCCL)

National Conference of Constituency Leaders (NCCL)
Family Medicine + You = Everyday Leadership
National Conference of Constituency Leaders (NCCL)
Family Medicine + You = Everyday Leadershhip

April 23-25, 2020 Kansas City, MO (Preconference April 22)

The National Conference of Constituency Leaders (NCCL) is the AAFP’s leadership and policy development event that empowers a select group of change makers to catalyze positive change in family medicine. NCCL will help you get inspired to build your leadership skills and make a big impact for current and future generations of family physicians.

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About NCCL

Are you ready to develop skills to advocate for issues that are relevant to your constituency, your practice, your specialty, and your patients? At NCCL, you will elect national officers, gain skills to be an effective leader, and meet others who share similar interests. Chapter delegates participate in all NCCL-specific business functions and have the opportunity to attend a variety of educational breakout sessions.

NCCL’s constituencies include:

  • Women
  • Minorities
  • New physicians (in the first seven years of practice following residency)
  • International medical graduates (IMG), from schools outside the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico
  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) physicians or physician allies

Earn While You Learn

Participants may claim Enrichment CME credits for attending any of the breakout sessions on an hour-for-hour basis.

 

Resolutions

Resolution writing is a great way to hone your advocacy skills. Work with fellow AAFP members to create resolutions that may influence AAFP policy.

Elections

Find information about positions elected at NCCL, election procedures, and how to apply.


Connect With NCCL

Become a Delegate

AAFP chapters can send one chapter delegate for each of the five constituencies to NCCL each year.

Questions?

Contact:
Stacy Wymer, CAE
AAFP Member Relations and Development Manager
(800) 274-2237 ext. 6391
swymer@aafp.org