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Residents - "Getting the Most from your MAFP/AAFP Membership"  (resources and benefits available to all Resident Members)

**Remember - Maine Residencies PAY your membership dues - make the most of it!


News from the National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students: 

Residents consider record number of resolutions at National Congress

AAFP's 2016 National Congress of Family Medicine Residents considered a record 66 resolutions on diverse issues such as dementia, contraceptives and osteopathic training sites. Residents voted to request the creation of resources on the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act, including lectures at future conferences.

Residents, Students Elect New Leaders at 2016 National Conference


Family Medicine Resident Member Benefits & Details

Graduating Residents & New Physicians Resources

Family Medicine Residencies in Maine


New Family Medicine Resident Graduate? 

Important highlights to get the most from your Chapter & AAFP membership:

Most Important for Graduating Residents to New Physician:

     - AAFP automatically updates you to Active Membership Status

     - Remember to update your address and contact information at www.aafp.org/membership

     - Remember to update your License information when you get the new one

     - Report CME credits for January of your graduation year onward - counts towards your first membership re-election cycle

How to report your CME - HERE

     - 1st year dues are Discounted 50%!

     - Remember that now you are an Active member, you are responsible for being sure that your dues are paid by the deadline (you will receive the invoice and need follow-up with your employer if they are covering the cost)

     - If you move to another state, the AAFP will transfer your Chapter affiliation when you update your address and contact information

 


Attention Residents & Students  -  Research Poster Session

Resident & Medical Student Poster Session/Competition:

**Abstract Deadline December 15, 2016**

Announcement & Guidelines                   Application Form 

Important FAQs & Deadlines:

  • Application Form and Abstract due date: December 15th, 2016

  • Announcement of finalists: February 1st, 2017

  • Presentation due date for finalists: April 1st, 2017

  • Conference dates: April 2017 - to-be-deterimined

Eligibility:

  • All Family Medicine residents and third and fourth year medical students in the state of Maine are invited to participate

  • Works in Progress, Quality Improvement, Clinical Research, and Clinical Vignettes may be presented

  • Abstracts MUST be sent in by the December 15, 2016 deadline

  • Resident abstracts will be considered for the poster competition and oral presentation session

  • Participants MUST register for AND ATTEND the MAFP Family Medicine Update and be present to answer questions during designated display times (both Resident and Student registration fees are deeply discounted – registration available on line Jan. 30th)

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