Family Medicine Advocacy Summit

Monday, May 21 - Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Read about FMAS

Shawn Martin, senior vice president of advocacy, practice advancement and policy, lays out the event in the AAFP's In the Trenches blog.

 

Read about FMAS

Shawn Martin, senior vice president of advocacy, practice advancement and policy, lays out the event in the AAFP's In the Trenches blog.

 

Fight for Family Medicine in the Nation’s Capital 

Thank you to everyone who attended the 2018 Family Medicine Advocacy Summit. Please check back later in the year for 2019 FMAS updates.

If you have questions, contact grassroots@aafp.org.  


Registration and Fees

Registration for the 2018 Family Medicine Advocacy Summit. 

Attendee Type

On or Before Early Bird Date

 

After Early Bird Date

 

Attendee Type

:

General Attendee

On or Before Early Bird Date

 

:

$250

After Early Bird Date

 

:

$300

 

Attendee Type

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Students/Residents

On or Before Early Bird Date

 

:

$150

After Early Bird Date

 

:

$150

 

See Also

Questions?

Contact:

grassroots@aafp.org

Access the FMAS 2018 Event via the AAFP Events App

Want to build your FMAS schedule and stay updated on the Family Medicine Advocacy Summit? The AAFP Events App(app.core-apps.com) is available for Apple, Android, and mobile devices and contains a link to download the 2018 FMAS Event.

Download the 2018 FMAS event before arriving at the conference and use it to:

  • Build your schedule
  • Connect with your fellow attendees
  • Receive event updates
  • Download sessions materials directly to your device

Note: to receive information about possible schedule changes, make sure you allow the app to send notifications.


Sponsored by the American Academy of Family Physicians, FMAS educates participants on family medicine’s legislative priority issues, trains attendees on how to lobby on Capitol Hill, and allows participants to put these skills to use with federal legislators and their staff. Advocacy is a high priority of the AAFP and every family physician and educator can learn how to be effective in Washington and at home.