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Physician Education & Development

More U.S. Students Match to Family Medicine in Record Year

Specialty's New Class Increases for 11th Straight Year; More Growth Needed

March 20, 2020 05:56 pm — In the first entirely unified match for allopathic and osteopathic medical students, the total number of U.S. students and graduates matching into the specialty increased by 103 while the overall family medicine match increased by nearly 500.

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Recent Physician Education & Development Stories

03/03/2020 — The CDC is offering family physicians and other stakeholders an opportunity to learn about opioid reduction strategies and earn free CME in the process.

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USMLE Change Benefits Students, Reflects AAFP Guidance

Program to Begin Scoring Step 1 Exam as Pass/Fail in 2022

02/20/2020 — Medical students scored a major win last week when the United States Medical Licensing Examination program announced its intention to change score reporting for the USMLE Step 1 exam from the current three-digit numeric score to pass/fail beginning in 2022.

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01/21/2020 — Armed with survey results that show many residencies use telehealth infrequently, researchers say family medicine residents need more training in telehealth services.

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12/24/2019 — New research indicates that a concerning number of medical residents do not have a routine place for care, making them less likely to utilize valuable preventive screenings and services.

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Fresh Perspectives Blog

Share the insights and experiences of new-to-practice family physicians.

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