Workshops, Clinics and Procedures

Programming Focus Areas

Career Planning

It’s never too soon to begin planning for the future, whether that is selecting a residency, exploring career options and fellowships, handling financial matters, or negotiating your first employment agreement. Several sessions are available to help you with this process.

Clinical Skills

Enhance your clinical skills, such as monitoring heart activity, learning procedures in family medicine, identifying techniques to manage chronic pain, and more.

Health Policy and Advocacy

Learn about policy development, lobbying, and helping patients navigate the health care system.

Leadership Development

Participate in truly interactive leadership exercises through the National Congress of Family Medicine Residents (NCFMR) and the National Congress of Student Members (NCSM).

Practice Management

Expand your knowledge of the effective operation of a practice, such as practice models, working with interdisciplinary teams, and learning skills to be a successful physician in today's practice environment.


Review the latest important practice-changing studies and explore options for pursuing research and other scholarly activities.

Ultrasound Clinics

Gain hands-on skills while learning the possibilities of using ultrasound and how this technology can guide clinical decision making within the practice of family medicine.

Procedural Skills Courses

Gain hands-on experience by performing procedures regularly conducted in a family medicine practice, such as joint injections, women’s health procedures, and suturing techniques.

Resident Programming

Thinking beyond residency? This programming is designed to be of specific interest to residents, including those preparing to transition into practice. Workshop topics include exploration of career options, evaluating and negotiating employment agreements, fellowships, financial information, and tips for easing into practice.