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January 30- February 2, 2025 • Hyatt Regency • San Antonio, TX

Conference Registration Opens early November 2024

Obtain the necessary skills and resources to guide and inspire your medical students in becoming proficient, empathetic, cooperative, and innovative physicians, dedicated to addressing the healthcare requirements of our communities. Establish connections with family medicine educators, coordinators, administrators, students, residents, and community preceptors nationwide.

Learn about:

  • Increasing URM educators and students in family medicine
  • Reducing bias in assessment and evaluation
  • Competency-based medical education
  • Health equity and social determinants of health education
  • Incorporating anti-racism curricular changes
  • Improving well-being at the personal and systems level
  • Recruiting and retaining community preceptors
  • Advocacy skills for faculty and learners
  • Teaching strategies that incorporate virtual components
  • Assessing professionalism for students
  • Novel strategies/recruitment programs to engage students in Family Medicine
  • Innovations in medical education
  • Preparing students for the match
  • Family medicine coordinator best practices and innovations
  • Use of artificial intelligence in medical education
  • Making the business case for FM within your institution
  • Future of family medicine: e.g., scope of practice, advocating for the specialty
  • Exploration of career opportunities within family medicine: e.g., direct primary care, academic, private practice
  • Faculty development topics: eg, curriculum development, giving feedback, teaching in the clinical setting, leadership development, conflict management, project management, educational scholarship/research, mentoring, promotion, struggling learners and remediation
  • Teaching clinical topics: eg, impact of climate change, trauma-informed care, behavioral health, addiction/MAT, gender affirming care, reproductive health, lifestyle medicine, POCUS, chronic disease management, disease prevention, population health, quality improvement

The call for presentations has now closed.



If you have questions about the Conference on Medical Student Education, contact STFM Office.

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11400 Tomahawk Creek Parkway

Leawood, KS 66211

(800) 274-7928