2019 All Member Survey

Thank you to all who took the time to participate in this survey.  524 members were sent this survey (only those who have given permission for email contact were sent the survey).  Of that 524 only 53 members completed the survey.

Here are the results: 
2019 Member Survey All Data
Q7 Individual Comments - Regarding Advocacy, what issues would you like your Chapter to address?
Q8 Individual Comments - Additional Comments on how MAFP can serve you better


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~ MAFP Member Connections ~

The Physicians Foundation Launches Campaign to Help Prevent Physician Suicide 


Medical Professional Health Program

Located in Manchester Maine, the Medical Professionals Health Program(MPHP) is a program of the Maine Medical Association. Overseen by a peer review committee, the MPHP assists healthcare professionals who are struggling with substance abuse, mental health and behavioral issues, as well as stress and burnout by providing confidential and compassionate monitoring, support, and advocacy. We welcome those who are voluntarily seeking assistance before licensing is impacted, as well as those who have been referred or mandated by Maine's regulatory licensing Boards to participate with MPHP to maintain or regain licensure

Experiencing Physician Burnout?  AAFP has resources to help

MMA Resources on Physician Burnout - AMA Steps Forward -

Online practice transformation series launched last June, is offering new online modules that help physicians learn their risk factors for burnout and adopt real-life strategies to reignite professional fulfillment and resilience.

How the AMA is Helping America’s Physicians Combat Burnout

Make the Member Connection -

Connect with other MAFP & AAFP members across the country through AAFP's Member Interest Groups (MIGs) - MIGs have been established as a way to define, recognize, and engage groups of AAFP active members who have shared professional interests. MIGs provide a forum for AAFP members with shared professional interests. Group members have the opportunity to do the following:

  • Network with fellow AAFP members
  • Participate in interest-specific continuing professional development activities
  • Deliver a unified message to AAFP leadership
  • Develop AAFP policy
  • Provide input on AAFP policies and positions (upon request)
  • Pursue professional leadership development within the AAFP
  • Connect to existing AAFP resources
  • Meet face-to-face at AAFP Assembly

    MIGs estabilshed so far: (select group for more information & to sign up)

MAFP/AAFP Member Census - Complete yours HERE 

Reporting Your CME Credits to AAFP

Changes Simplifying Reporting Your CME 


New-to-Practice Physicians - "Experience the AAFP" -FAQs

New-to-Practice Physicians CONNECT/Resources -

With limited time and resources, new-to-practice physicians face unique challenges. Your AAFP membership is especially helpful in these first few years of your career.

Graduating Residents & New-to-Practice Physicians Resources


ABFM (American Board of Family Medicine) Board Certification -

2016 Changes to ABFM Continuous Certification Process explained







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