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Once a year, family medicine residents and medical students come together to engage in real talk about family medicine with family medicine leaders, educators, and recruiters at the National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students. This year, National Conference is virtual. From July 29-31 you can attend online workshops and main stage speaker sessions. The popular Expo Hall will be broken into sections so you can find the residency programs by state and exhibitors you are most interested in. You can schedule one-on-one appointments with residency programs, recruiters, and other exhibitors. You can also network with fellow attendees.
Because it is virtual this year, the price tag to attend is much lower and there are more opportunities for financial assistance if you act fast.
TAFP Foundation fundingmore
The TAFP Foundation is increasing the number of funding slots to help 300 Texas medical students and residents attend national conference. The application will stay open until July 25 or all the funding slots are taken.
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UTHSCSA student wins AAFP video contest
Troy Russell, a fourth-year medical student at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, won best overall video during the first-ever … more
Texas residents to present research at AAFP’s National Conference
AAFP has selected 16 posters to be showcased in the poster competition at the 2012 National Conference of Family Medicine … more
Attention residents and students: Attend AAFP’s National Conference in July
Scholarship applications, video contest submissions due May 15
Once a year, family medicine residents … more