Travel funding for residents

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Family Medicine Residents

 

Travel funding for family medicine residents

The TAFP Foundation provides travel funding for family medicine residents to attend Academy meetings. Some of this funding is designated for TAFP resident leaders through scholarships, listed here. For more information, contact Angelina Trevizo at atrevizo@tafp.org or by phone at (512) 329-8666 ext. 136.


Annual Session and Primary Care Summit
Nov. 8-10, 2019 | The Woodlands

Each year, hundreds of primary care physicians from across the region gather to learn, network, and explore the latest in techniques, products, and services. It’s like a big family medicine reunion, and we want you to be there. Annual Session is your chance to become involved in determining the Academy’s policies and direction. It is one of two annual meetings of the Academy’s Board of Directors and its committees and commissions, including the Section on Resident Physicians. Annual Session also includes CME opportunities, social events, TAFP’s research poster competition, and more.
> Learn more about TAFP’s Annual Session and Primary Care Summit

The ASPCS Resident and Student Track is held in conjunction with TAFP’s Annual Session and Primary Care Summit. It is geared toward family medicine residents and medical students interested in family medicine, and features lectures in the morning, meetings in the afternoon, and a residency and procedures fair in the evening.
> Learn more about the ASPCS Resident and Student Track
> Submit travel funding request


C. Frank Webber Lectureship and Interim Session
April 3-4, 2020 | Austin

> Funding requests for this conference will be made available in the winter of 2019.

Join primary care physicians from across the state to learn, network, and explore the latest in techniques, products, and services in the refined elegance of the Renaissance Austin Hotel for the C. Frank Webber Lectureship.Interim Session is your chance to become involved in determining the Academy’s policies and direction. It is one of two annual meetings of the Academy’s Board of Directors and its committees and commissions, including the Section on Resident Physicians. Elections are held during the section meeting.
> Learn more about TAFP’s C. Frank Webber Lectureship and Interim Session

The Family Medicine Resident and Student Track is held in conjunction with TAFP’s C. Frank Webber Lectureship and Interim Session. It is geared toward family medicine residents and medical students interested in family medicine, and features a job and residency fair in the morning, lectures through the afternoon, and a residency and procedure fair in the evening.


Additional conferences

 

Annual Chapter Leader Forum and National Conference of Constituency Leaders
April 23-25, 2020 | Kansas City, Missouri

ACLF is AAFP’s leadership development program for chapter leaders. NCCL is the AAFP’s forum to address member issues specific to women, minorities, new physicians, international medical graduates, and GLBT physicians. TAFP supports the travel of seven members to NCCL: a representative for each special constituency, one minority physician, and one third-year resident physician. TAFP supports the travel of two up-and-coming TAFP leaders to ACLF, no experience required.
> Find out more about ACLF
> Find out more about NCCL
> Learn more about TAFP delegate spots and scholarships

AAFP’s National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Students
July 30 – August 1, 2020 | Kansas City, Missouri

> Funding requests for this conference will be made available in spring 2020.

Once a year, family medicine leaders and educators come from across the nation to share their knowledge with family medicine residents and medical students. Visit 300-plus family medicine residency programs, track down practice opportunities, and get a hands-on look at medical products and services.
> View more information about National Conference