Faculty for Tomorrow Workshop for Residents

May 4, 2023 • 8 am - 3 pm • Los Angeles, CA

This full-day preconference workshop, facilitated by the STFM Graduate Medical Education Committee, is for residents and fellows who are interested in careers in academic family medicine. The workshop will include inspiring stories from family medicine leaders, guided self-assessment, breakout sessions on key teaching and academic skills, a career-planning panel discussion, and a leadership training session. Get the knowledge and skills you need to succeed and thrive as new faculty.

Registration for the 2024 workshop is available through the 2024 Annual Spring Conference registration page. Attendance will be limited to 100.

Faculty for Tomorrow Resident Scholarship

The STFM Foundation offers scholarships to residents who are interested in pursuing careers in academic family medicine. The award covers registration expenses for attending the Faculty for Tomorrow Workshop and the STFM Annual Spring Conference. 

Applications for the 2025 scholarship will be accepted in Fall 2024.

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On completion of this session, participants should be able to:

  1. Describe the personal and professional rewards as well as the challenges that come with being faculty in family medicine
  2. List the top pearls of clinical teaching and describe practical strategies for success in academia
  3. Give effective feedback to learners and write a winning CV
  4. Describe the organizational structure of academic medicine and how to apply for a faculty position

Workshop Schedule

8:00 – 8:20      Welcome and Self-Assessment
8:20 – 11:30    Presentations on Careers in Academic Family Medicine, Giving Feedback, & Leadership Skills
11:30 – 12:45  Lunch on your own
12:45 – 2:30    Presentations on Personal Branding & Finding Your Place as a Teacher of Family Medicine 
2:30 – 3:00      Group Discussion and Evaluation
3:00 - 3:15       Certificate Presentation for the Faculty for Tomorrow Scholarship winners

Faculty for Tomorrow is supported in part by a gift from Mary Nolan Hall, MD, as well as the American Board of Family Medicine Foundation and the STFM Foundation.


Contact Jenni Minor at jminor@stfm.org or at 913.800.5651 for more information.

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