Presented by the Association of Family Medicine Administration (AFMA)
Sunday, March 24 | 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
$225 for AFMA members and non-AFMA members
Take part in special programming designed for administrators/coordinators. Additional registration fees apply.
Program Administrators/Coordinators/Managers: do you want a day of professional development that was created just for you?
Then join us for the 2024 Residency Administrative Development (RAD) Workshop and celebrate the 40th year of AFMA! The day will focus on topics that apply to both new and experienced Administrators/Coordinators/Managers, such as an update from the ACGME, innovative concepts for your role and a host of table topics. This is a great opportunity to connect with your peers and mentors, as well as take home new information and ideas.
We will also have a pre-conference meet and greet on Saturday, March 23, for a chance to chat in an informal setting and celebrate AFMA’s 40th Anniversary.
Sunday, March 24 | SOAR Luncheon, 12–2 p.m. and RPS workshop, 2:30–4:30 p.m.
Registration is required.
Register for the RPS workshop and attend the ABFM SOAR Luncheon before your RPS workshop that's included in your registration fee.
AAFP RPS Workshop:
Join a panel of RPS Consultants for this interactive workshop designed to help you identify strategic changes you will need to make to achieve excellence while complying with the new program requirements. Gain tips and insights into how to request necessary resources from organizational sponsors with an emphasis on the return on investment.
Ideal for programs seeking guidance to identify program challenges with the new requirements and communicating with stakeholders to demonstrate overall program value.
ABFM SOAR Community of Practice Learning Session: Utilizing Graduate Survey and Residency Self Study Process to Strengthen Outcomes and Assessment
Come join us for a Strengthening Outcomes and Assessment in Residency Collaborative (SOAR) live learning session to engage and hear about exemplar practices in residency program self-study, compare and contrast which data/indicators are critical for program self-study, reflect on positive outlier outcomes and national residency graduate survey data, and start to explore residency characteristics that may lead to specific graduate outcomes. To read more about the SOAR Community of Practice Learning Session click here. Sponsored by the ABFM Foundation.