AFMA is dedicated to the professional growth and development of its members with particular emphasis on administration and coordination of health care delivery, education and research within Family Medicine Residency Programs.

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To understand the continuing changes in the health care environment and provide tools to our membership to excel in that environment, as it relates to Family Medicine Residency Programs. Learn More

Don’t forget to submit your proposals for the 2019 PDW and RPS Residency Education Symposium!

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You can also contact AFMA Board Members Caren Bachman (cbachman@salinahealth.org) and Angie Womble (angela.womble@ssmhealth.com).
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If you would like to purchase shirts or a hoodie for yourself, residents or faculty, there are still a few sizes available. Please contact me if interested- afmafundraising@gmail.com. As always, AFMA appreciates your support!
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Do you love AFMA as much as we do? Are you looking for a challenging leadership role? Wouldn’t you like to be an AFMA Board Member? We’re accepting nominations for the 2019 AFMA Board of Directors. If you are interested, you can either self-nominate or ask a current board member to nominate you.

To be nominated for a position on the AFMA Board of Directors, candidates must meet the following criteria:

1. Be a current member of AFMA who has been a member for at least two years
2. Must currently be working in a position in a Family Medicine Residency Program
3. Must have worked four of the last five years in GME, three of which must have been in Family Medicine
4. Have served in one of the following roles
• AFMA committee
• TAGME Review Board
• Presented at Residency Education Symposium
• Presented at the ACOFP
5. Have approval from your program director and/or direct supervisor to serve for a four-year term.

The person submitting the nomination must provide the following to the Nominating Committee Chair:

1. Bio sketch written by the candidate, including a brief summary of the candidate’s contributions to AFMA
2. Candidate’s CV
3. Letter written by the person nominating the candidate explaining their reasons for the nomination

There will be three vacancies for 2019. If you meet the requirements and are interested, please contact Cheryl Haynes. The deadline for nominations is August 10, 2018.
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