• Family Medicine Resident

    Enhance your residency experience with the latest medical news,
    expert advice, and tools to help you prepare for a career in family medicine.

    Resident Exclusive Event with Dr. Bechara Choucair

    Watch Resident Exclusives

    Dr. Bechara Choucair, former White House Vaccinations Coordinator, shares his public health journey during the next resident exclusive event.

    Learn more about this event and watch replays of past events.

    Get Ready for Your Boards

    Create a personalized board review study plan using online board review questions (free for members) and additional board review study tools.

    The practice questions will help you prep for the ABFM Family Medicine Certification Examination and other tools include the online FP Comprehensive 2020 self-study package.

    Resident Wellness Resources

    Maintaining your overall wellness during the residency journey is critical for your success.  The following resources are available to resident members.

    Video Coaching Resources

    Build the necessary skills to support your own well-being and your career. Get advice and insights on a number of topics through these engaging video coaching sessions hosted by family physicians like Dike Drummond, MD.

    Resident Resources

    Burnout Basics

    Financial Well-being

    Prepare for Practice

    Coping Strategies

    Diversity Resources

    Work-Life Balance

    Career Satisfaction

    Suicide Prevention: Talk Saves Lives™

    Sign in to access Talk Saves Lives™, an educational program developed by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.  This eLearning course is designed to provide participants with important information on talking about and preventing suicide.

    Suicide Prevention

    Stay Up to Date

    Keep current on advances in family medicine with the American Family Physician and FPM journals, and the AFP Podcast.

    Transition to Practice

    Continue Your AAFP Membership

    Enjoy benefits during residency and continue your AAFP membership as you transition into family medicine practice.