This message from MAFP President Andrew Slattengren, DO, FAAFP, about using “see one, do one, teach one” to support each other through these unprecedented times, originally appeared in the fall 2020 publication of the Minnesota Family Physician magazine.Read More See One. Do One. Teach One.
The MAPS-Physician Mentorship Program is launching January 2021 to help connect pre-med students who are BIPOC with physician mentors, with the goal of increasing diversity in the Minnesota medical community.Read More Introducing MAPS-Physician Mentor Program
Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians Resident Director Ramla Namisango Kasozi, MD, MPH, writes about the need to reimagine and recreate graduate medical education training to include robust antiracism curricula and address systemic racism as a social determinant of health.Read More Reimagining Graduate Medical Education
Meet the new Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians (MAFP) President Andrew Slattengren, DO, FAAFP.Read More Meet the MAFP President
The Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians wants to arm family docs across Minnesota with the tools and resources to reach out to legislators, the media and your communities about how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting primary care. See sample talking points, story/messaging tips and additional resources to help you advocate for the proper financial infrastructure and support for our front line healthcare workers and clinics.Read More Advocating for Primary Care During COVID-19 & Beyond