Family Medicine Advocacy Summit 2023 Scholarships

Family Medicine Advocacy Summit
Scholarship Award Application

AFMRD scholarship providing family medicine residents and AFMRD members the opportunity to attend the Family Medicine Advocacy Summit May 22-23, 2023, in Washington, DC.

The deadline to submit is December 5, 2022. 

Eligibility Requirements:

Resident

  • Currently a family medicine resident in good standing
  • First-time attendee of the summit.
  • Availability to attend FMAS and related events
  • Online application will include:
    • Current curriculum vitae
    • Program director or current chair letter of recommendation outlining qualifications and commitment to time off
    • Document describing why the applicant wishes to attend FMAS and any prior advocacy experience they may have (maximum 300 words)
  • Following the summit:
    • Schedule a presentation for colleagues to share their advocacy knowledge
    • Submit to AFMRD an essay or presentation (i.e. PowerPoint or video presentation)
    • Submit Expense Reimbursement Form to AFMRD. Reimbursement checks will not be sent until essay or presentation is received by AFMRD staff.

 

AFMRD Member

  • Currently an AFMRD member
  • First-time attendee of the summit
  • Availability to attend FMAS and related events
  • Fill out online application and include:
    • Current curriculum vitae
    • Document describing why the applicant wishes to attend FMAS and any prior advocacy experience they may have (maximum 300 words)
  • Following the summit:
    • Schedule a presentation for colleagues to share their advocacy knowledge
    • Submit to AFMRD an essay or presentation (i.e. PowerPoint presentation)
    • Submit Expense Reimbursement Form to AFMRD. Reimbursement checks will not be sent until essay or presentation is received by AFMRD staff.

 

NIPDD Fellow

  • Currently a NIPDD fellow
  • First-time attendee of the summit
  • Availability to attend FMAS and related events
  • Fill out online application and include:
    • Current curriculum vitae
    • Document describing why the applicant wishes to attend FMAS and any prior advocacy experience they may have (maximum 300 words)
  • Following the summit:
    • Schedule a presentation for colleagues to share their advocacy knowledge
    • Submit to AFMRD an essay or presentation (i.e. PowerPoint presentation)
    • Submit Expense Reimbursement Form to AFMRD. Reimbursement checks will not be sent until essay or presentation is received by AFMRD staff. 

 

If you have any questions about the application process, please contact Kathleen Ingraham at kingraham@aafp.org or 913-906-6357.

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