Contents tagged with 2021

  • Funded delegate spots and scholarships available for NCCL

    Tags: NCCL, 2021, texas academy of family physicians, TAFP, delegate, alternate delegate

    Each year, AAFP holds the National Conference of Constituency Leaders and Annual Chapter Leader Forum together in Kansas City, Missouri. NCCL representatives and ACLF attendees from across the nation gather to discuss various issues, suggest policies and programs to AAFP, and receive leadership training. In 2022, the conferences will be held April 28-30 and TAFP is looking for members to serve on the delegation or apply for scholarships to attend.

    Texas Delegation to NCCL
    Spots are available for 10 TAFP members to represent each of the five constituencies: new physicians (physicians who have been out of residency for seven years or fewer), women, minorities, international medical graduates, and LGBT physicians. TAFP reimburses up to $1,200 for expenses for each of the five delegate and five alternate delegates. In addition, TAFP offers two other opportunities to attend NCCL with funding. These scholarships will be awarded to one third-year resident and one minority physician.

    Interested? Please fill out this form and send a current curriculum vitae to Kathy McCarthy at by Friday, Dec. 17, 2021.

  • Member News Q2-2021

    Tags: q2, 2021, member news, tina philip, jasmine douglas, alexis ramos, narmeen syed, catheryn teav, AAFP Foundation Family Leads Program, Baylor college of medicine board of trustees, Antonio Falcon, Rashmi Rode, Samuel Mathis, National Conference of Constituency leaders, TAFP

    Member News

    TAFP members receive state, national appointments

    Over the past few months, several Texas family physicians have either won elections or received appointments to important positions … more

  • Attention residents and students: Attend AAFP’s National Conference virtually

    Tags: national conference, resident, student, funding, 2021

    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 funding
    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.

  • TAFP residents and students elect their 2021-2022 officers

    Tags: resident, student, officers, 2021

    TAFP has a new governance structure, and the Section on Medical Students and Section on Resident Physicians no longer exist. In their place, a TAFP Resident and Student Leader Forum meets virtually throughout the year and a Residency Network with representatives from all programs and an FMIG Network with representatives from all medical schools meets a few times a year.

    The student and resident board members serve as co-chairs at the forum that include the chair, chair-elect, National Conference representatives, Member Assembly representatives, members serving on the new councils, resident and student advisors to the TAFP Foundation, the FMIG coordinator, and the resident advisors. There will also be an active member in attendance serving as the TAFP Board Liaison.

    Monthly meetings during the academic year allow members to share information, plan live educational meetings, and carry out other projects.