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
Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians President Renée Crichlow, MD, shares a message of thanks and encouragement with Minnesotans for their continued help in flattening the curve and slowing the spread of COVID-19.Read More Thank You, MN, for Helping to Flatten the Curve!
Minnesota family medicine residents, medical students and practicing family docs are invited to get equipped to advocate effectively for their patients and family medicine at one of two upcoming Intro to Advocacy workshops. There is no cost to attend, but registration is required.Read More Get Equipped to Advocate
We talked with past MAFP President Keith Stelter, MD, MMM, about the St. Peter Community Free Clinic—how it’s filling a need in the community of St. Peter and what a recent grant from the American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation means to its operations.Read More St. Peter Free Clinic Filling Gap in Care
The Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians is a member-focused, member-led organization. We are always looking for members to step into volunteer leadership roles. View a list of 2020 volunteer/leadership openings for MAFP members and help guide our work and advocacy efforts.Read More MAFP Leadership Openings