• Family Medicine Educator of the Year

    “I want to create an environment where learners feel excited and inspired to do their best work while recognizing it is ok to say ‘I don’t know’ or ‘I made a mistake’ and ‘I’m feeling lost,’ said  Katharine M. Conway, MD, MPH, of Dayton, OH.

  • Free CME Webinars

    This webinar series provides family physicians and their practice teams high-value education on critical practice management issues during the COVID-19 pandemic. By learning to be nimble and adapting to change, practices are capitalizing on innovation like never before!

  • Intimate Partner Homicide

    Women in the United States are 21 times more likely to die by firearms homicide than women in peer nations. For about 20% of women, the fatal intimate partner homicide (IPH) incident was the first act of physical violence they had experienced. Family physicians can better safeguard their patients against IPH by knowing the associated risk factors.

  • Membership Requirements and Dues Relief

    Between focusing on serving your patients and the cancellation of all live, in-person Academy CME events, we want to make sure you have one less thing to worry about. Thus, we are making the changes related to CME requirements and dues.


Precepting Cultivates Family Physicians

Karmela Dalisay, MD, a recent participant in the OAFP Foundation’s Leroy A. Rodgers, MD, Preceptorship Program, said that the best part of her experience was seeing first-hand what the daily life of a family physician in the community was like. Through her preceptorship experience, she not only found her passion for caring for a variety of patients and providing continuity of care, she also realized that she has the heart of a family physician. Please consider investing in this career-affirming program!

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