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Annual Spring Conference

May 5-9, 2017 • Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel • San Diego, California




The STFM Annual Spring Conference is the nation’s most energized networking forum for family medicine 
educators, with more than 400 educational and interactive seminars, lecture-discussions, papers, and poster presentations. Learn from the success of your peers and exchange ideas with 1,500 of your family medicine colleagues. This is the perfect venue to share ideas, develop new skills, and to improve the ones we already have.

Don’t miss your opportunity be a part of the 50th anniversary festivities at this year’s Annual Spring Conference. We’re expecting record-breaking attendance for this celebratory event, so this is the ideal time to showcase your work, learn from the success of others, and cultivate new ideas. 

This 50th anniversary conference will highlight family medicine past, present, and future – harvesting lessons learned and exploring opportunities ahead as we advance the three “big rocks” of the STFM Strategic Plan: (1) provide family medicine faculty with the skills needed to train students, residents, and health care teams to achieve the Triple Aim, (2) implement strategies to transform student and family medicine residency training sites into clinical and teaching models of excellence, and (3) engage members, residents, and students in activities related to Family Medicine for America’s Health. 

Call for Presentations Is Now Open 

The Program Committee is now accepting submissions that highlight best practices and describe new ways of bringing faculty, residents, and students together to achieve goals. Submit today!

Questions? Email Liz Romine or call 800-274-7928, ext. 5419


Call for Reviewers

The STFM Program Committee is seeking volunteers to review conference submissions. Previous experience submitting and reviewing proposals would be beneficial. Reviewers are expected to review 25–30 submissions between mid-September and October. If interested email Ray Rosetta by September 1.

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