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All events are at the Galveston Island Convention Center
Welcome Home Alumni Reception Hosted by UTMB Health Department of Family Medicine Thursday, Nov. 9, 6 – 8 p.m.
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Family physicians gather in Fort Worth
Report from TAFP’s 64th Annual Session & Scientific Assembly
More than 400 family physicians and other health professionals … more
On behalf of the Texas Academy of Family Physicians staff, thank you for registering for the 64th Annual Session & Scientific Assembly! We have an eventful conference planned for you and we look forward to seeing you in Fort Worth.
Please visit the TAFP registration desk to pick up your materials including your CME syllabus, registration packet, and official program, which includes schedules, maps, and other information about the conference.
New this year...Annual Session Mobile Appmore
Earlier this month, TAFP put out a call for TAFP members to apply for travel funding to attend two national conferences in April: AAFP’s Annual Leadership Forum and National Conference of Special Constituencies. If you’ve never attended one of these conferences yet, I highly encourage you to consider it this year. Nine funded delegate spots or scholarships are available from TAFP and anyone else interested can simply register to attend.
But why should you take time away from your practice and family to go to Kansas City, Mo.? These conferences bring together a diverse group of family physicians from around the country and provide leadership training specifically tailored to family physicians. In addition, NCSC delegates identify concerns related to them and propose policy to take to AAFP.
ALF and NCSC are relevant to members of all ages and all practice types and both provide the opportunity to network, brainstorm with others, and learn best practices. Most of all, you’ll come away feeling energized and fired up for family medicine.more
Family physicians come together in the heart of Texas
Report from TAFP’s 63rd Annual Session & Scientific Assembly
About 400 family physicians and other health care … more
We’re gearing up for the 63rd Annual Session and Scientific Assembly and can’t wait to welcome all TAFP officers, leaders, members, CME attendees, and special guests to Austin. We have an eventful conference planned for you and we look forward to seeing you in our hometown.
Please visit the TAFP registration desk (locations and hours listed below) to pick up your materials including your CME syllabus, registration packet, and Official Program. Your Official Program includes schedules, maps, and other important information about the conference.
> This essential resource is available online for viewing on your laptop or mobile device at www.issuu.com/txfamilydocs/docs/2012_assa_official_program.more
President’s PartySaturday, July 26, 7 - 10 p.m.
Join us for a Mexican fiesta at the Grand Hyatt with Tejano music, salsa dancing, and great food. Bring the whole family for a … more
Clerkship and Residency Coordinators Conference
Friday, April 5, 2019 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.-- Full schedule to be posted soon.-- The Clerkship and Residency Coordinators Conference has been … more
Introducing the meta-network for practice-based research
By David Katerndahl, M.D.Chair, Research Grants CommitteeTAFP Foundation
The value of primary care physicians joining together to … more
The research network for north Texas physicians
By Roberto Cardarelli, D.O., M.P.H., F.A.A.F.P. Executive Director, NorTex
The North Texas Primary Care Practice-Based Research … more