Family-centered Pregnancy Care CME course, July 20—23 in Denver, CO. Reconnect in person with your family medicine peers. Manage common maternal and pregnancy complications and achieve optimal maternal and fetal outcomes.
Keep up with the latest information on COVID-19 including developments in vaccine efficacy and availability, new variants, and more by visiting the AAFP's COVID-19 vaccine hub.
Connect in person with residency programs and gain hands-on experience in family medicine at National Conference 2022, July 28–30 in Kansas City, MO. Savings extended to July 7 – save $50 now.
PerformanceNavigator Workshop: Cardiometabolic Conditions | September 8-10 | Minneapolis, MN | Satisfy your Family Medicine Certification's Performance Improvement and Self-Assessment Activities—all in one program.
Use the AAFP's new member directory to connect with colleagues. Search by location, residency program, and more. Privacy settings put you in control of what information, if any, you want to share with others.
Family physicians objected to a sweeping rule that would have added administrative complexity to practices and disrupted patient care. Now HHS has repealed it.
A new report on COVID-19 vaccines from the Kaiser Family Foundation emphasizes the challenges family physicians and other health care professionals are facing as they try to combat misinformation and increase vaccine confidence.
Thank you for attending the 2022 conference in May.
The 2023 conference dates and location will be announced once confirmed.
Plan to join your fellow chapters to share your advocacy experiences and best practices with one another.
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