Family physicians understand all too well how easy it is for time to pass while focusing on family, career, and life in general. However, it’s important for your patients, especially women, to not brush off health concerns.
Women's Health Concerns
Encourage your female patients to read over familydoctor.org's helpful guide(familydoctor.org) on preventive services. This excellent overview advocates for women to take an active approach to their health as they age. You can also access the AAFP's latest women’s health clinical health recommendations and guidelines, which can help you answer any questions that arise during an exam.
Browse AAFP Clinical Recommendations
Well-being and Prevention
Find patient care tools and information on leading health concerns.
- Respiratory Health
- Caring for School-Aged Patients
- Obesity and Fitness
- Oral Health
- Pain Management and Opioid Misuse
- Sports Injury Prevention
- Tobacco and Nicotine Prevention and Control
- Teen Suicide Prevention
- Cognitive Care Kit
- Depression and Mental Health
- Adolescent and Young Adult Health
- Alcohol Misuse
- LGBT Health Toolkit
- Sexually Transmitted Infections
Public Health Emergencies
Review family medicine perspective on public health threats.
Social Determinants of Health
Get resources and guidance on issues that impact your community.
Access resources to address diversity and social determinants of health as they impact individuals, families, and communities.
Family Health Matters is filled with trusted medical advice from the AAFP-powered familydoctor.org – making it the perfect educational resource for your patients to read while they are waiting to be seen in your practice.
The AAFP Global Health Summit (formerly the global health workshop) is the place to network, learn, and train with current and aspiring global health advocates.
Looking for accurate, reliable patient handouts?
Access reliable health information and patient handouts(familydoctor.org) for the whole family on familydoctor.org, the AAFP's free patient education website. Available in English(familydoctor.org) and Spanish(es.familydoctor.org).