• Behavioral Health

    As behavioral science in family medicine has evolved, the discipline has increasingly focused on training family physicians to work collaboratively with behavioral health professionals to provide comprehensive care to their patients. Integrated behavioral health care aims to treat mental health and substance abuse conditions, health behaviors, life stressors and crises, stress-related physical symptoms, and adaptation to chronic illness.

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  • Wellness Webinar

    The OAFP is pleased to offer another year of wellness and professional satisfaction sessions as part of its Wellness Wednesdays series. Join us on June 19 for “Lifestyle Medicine: Healthy Habits to Improve Your Well-Being,” with Jonathan Bonnet, MD, CAQSM, FAAFP.

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  • Communication

    Many physicians and other health care professionals lack training regarding how best to provide health care services to patients with chronic mental and/or physical disabilities; however, family physicians can play a critical role in improving the health of this population and decreasing health disparity.

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  • Board Certification

    The American Board of Family Medicine’s new Self-Directed Performance Improvement Project pathway allows practices to report individually customized improvement projects specific to their practice environment, regardless of the scope of care delivered. The benefit of this pathway is that it can be custom tailored to fit any practice type.

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Preceptor Resources

The OAFP Foundation understands that making the choice to become a preceptor may seem daunting. To help you precept America’s future family physicians, the Foundation has created a dedicated section of its website with information on being a successful preceptor!

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