Scholarships

Advocacy Scholarship for New Faculty

STFM supports five scholarships annually for new faculty to attend the Family Medicine Advocacy Summit in Washington, DC on May 18-19, 2020 for the purpose of learning advocacy skills for personal and academic career development. The application period opens in the fall. 

Scholarships cover the cost of registration, travel, hotel accommodations, and meals not provided by the conference up to $1,500. Applicants must be members of STFM and fulfill all eligibility requirements. 

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Testimonials

Details

Advocacy makes a real difference for patients and for family medicine, and it's easier than you think. By attending this conference and participating in this scholarship program you will:

  • Acquire a better understanding of family medicine's current legislative issues
  • Gain advocacy skills
  • Learn how to share your knowledge and experiences to inspire change
  • Find out how useful these skills can be in your efforts with Congress and in your career
  • Apply what you've learned in meetings with legislators

Questions

Questions about the scholarship or the application process? Email Hope Wittenberg.

 

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Events

Deadlines

March 27-May 31: Free Access to Residency Curriculum Resource for All Family Medicine Residency Programs

June 1: Applications Due for the H Winter Griffith Resident Award

June 1: Nominations Due for the FPM Award for Practice Improvement

June 9: Deadline for applications for the CERA Survey of Program Directors

June 16: Proposals Due for the Conference on Medical Student Education

June 17: Last day to apply to be Health Systems Initiative Chair and Assistant Chair

June 26: Deadline to apply for STFM Foundation Student Scholarships