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The 2018 C. Frank Webber Lectureship and Interim Session Family Medicine Resident and Student Track drew students and residents from all over the state. Participants received a warm welcome from TAFP President, Janet Hurley, MD, explored the frontier of telemedicine, got an in-depth lesson on family medicine finances from past president of TAFP and president-elect of TMA, Doug Curran, MD, and much more.
In addition to timely discussions and presentations, the Section on Resident Physicians and the Section on Medical Students held elections for various officer positions. Officer candidates had the chance to talk to their colleagues about their professional passions and how they would represent resident and student TAFP members within the Academy.
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TAFP press releases
Heart of Texas Community Health Center wins TAFP behavioral health integration prizeposted December 2019
Hope Clinic of McKinney wins TAFP behavioral health integration … more
Leadership resources and opportunities
How Do I Become a TAFP Officer? and other Frequently Asked QuestionsInteresting in becoming a TAFP leader, but wondering where to start? This comprehensive … more
TAFP is governed by a system of committees, commissions, sections, and task forces made up of TAFP members. These groups report to the Board of Directors who ultimately decide the … more