We understand that in light of COVID-19 you may be hesitant to register for an in-person event, so we have updated our cancellation policy.
You can cancel your National Conference registration at any time, for any reason up to the day before the meeting, and we will issue you a full refund of your registration fee.
Please note that this modified cancellation policy is subject to change, so book now to secure your worry-free registration.
Find your fit within family medicine at National Conference 2020 and discover educational, leadership, and networking opportunities.
Show your peers what you're passionate about in family medicine. Make a difference by submitting a poster presentation to display at National Conference. Application deadline has been extended to April 12, 2020.
Family Medicine Leads (FML) supports the development of future family medicine leaders and will award 250 scholarships to National Conference in 2020.
Surround yourself with people who are passionate about family medicine and discover the scope of practice offered in the specialty through workshops and main stage sessions.
Looking to focus on post-residency life? Refine your clinical skills, learn how to transition into practice, meet with future employers and fellowship programs, and so much more!
Find out how your residency program or company can reach more than 3,200 medical students and residents at one time and all in one place.
National Conference is a three-day event dedicated solely to medical students and residents who want to focus on family medicine. This exciting event is packed with opportunities to connect with residency programs, like-minded peers, and potential employers.
Attend workshops and procedural skills courses and sit in on sessions that are geared toward applying to residencies. Learn how to successfully transition from residency into practice and everything that entails.
Take a stand for family medicine and participate in the National Congress of Family Medicine Residents or National Congress of Student Members.
National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Students