Members of the Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians came together (online) on Saturday, December 5, 2020, for the MAFP Advocacy Summit to dialogue with Minnesota House Representative Dave Pinto (DFL-District 64B) and advise the Academy on issues of importance to family medicine and patients. Read a recap.Read More MAFP Advocacy Summit Recap 2020
In 2020, we are uncoupling our House of Delegates from our annual Spring Refresher CME conference. Our goal is to make the meeting more nimble and accessible. Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians CEO Maria Huntley, CAE, MAM, shares more ways we’ve been working to increase engagement and improve effectiveness of our House of Delegates.Read More Making the House of Delegates More Accessible
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
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
Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians Health Equity Task Force members Ebiere Okah, MD, and Andrea Westby, MD, FAAFP, share about the use of race in medical research, practice and clinical decision-making and why there is the need for reform.Read More What’s Race Got to Do With It?