One of the strongest features of the Society is the opportunity members have to work collaboratively with others to address their special interests and work toward specific goals. Groups often develop curricula, monographs, meetings, and networks. Membership is open to all STFM members. Groups can consult the Guide to Thriving Groups when planning activities and projects.
For more information about STFM Groups, browse the links below or contact STFM at 800-274-7928, ext. , firstname.lastname@example.org. Download a summary listing (PDF) of available Groups, Group Chairs, and Board Liaisons. If your interests are not reflected in the list of existing groups, there is an established mechanism for forming new ones. How to Form a New STFM Group.
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