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Anne Montgomery, MD, MBA, and Michelle Roett, MD, MPH, Selected as Editors for the Family Medicine Residency Curriculum Resource

November 25, 2014—Anne Montgomery, MD, MBA, and Michelle Roett, MD, MPH, will serve a 3-year term as associate editors for the Family Medicine Residency Curriculum Resource. As associate editors, they will:

  • Develop editorial guidelines and core curriculum topics 
  • Identify and update recommended readings on curriculum topics 
  • Review proposals for curriculum submitted by faculty members or residents 
  • Review submitted curriculum and work directly with authors to refine content

Dr Montgomery is the associate director at the Eisenhower Medical Center Family Medicine Residency in Rancho Mirage, CA. She has more than 20 years of experience in residency education and curriculum development. She has served as an editor of several publications, including the American Academy of Family Physician's (AAFP) Home Study Program, Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine News, and Clinical Lactation. She is member of the AAFP Commission on Education Subcommittee on Graduate Curriculum.

Dr Roett is the program director at the Providence Hospital Family Medicine Residency in Colmar Manor, MD. She has served as a peer reviewer for Clinical Inquiries, FP Essentials, Journal of Family Practice, Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, Evidence-Based Practice, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, and Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved. She is a senior editor for PEPID Primary Care Plus.

The Family Medicine Residency Curriculum Resource is an online repository for competency-based curriculum. The resource launched in 2012 with residency core topics and recommended readings. Phase 2 will launch in 2015 with peer-reviewed curricular materials developed by members of the Association of Family Medicine Residency Programs (AFMRD) and the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM). Materials will include case-based presentations, quizzes, and facilitators' guides for the core content of family medicine education. The editorial board is currently seeking curricular submissions on topics ranging from medical informatics to adolescent health. The call for proposals is at fammedrcr.org/call-for-proposals.

The Family Medicine Residency Curriculum Resource is a product of AFMRD and STFM. Mike Tuggy, MD, program director at Swedish Family Medicine Residency in Seattle, serves as the senior editor.


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