The IAFP Foundation promotes the growth of Family Medicine through a variety of membership, student and resident programs including continuing medical education conferences, the Family Medicine Interest Group program (FMIG), Rural Underserved Opportunity Program (RUOP) for first and second year medical students, the Idaho Premed Matching Program and Tar Wars. The Foundation helps students and residents attend valuable national conferences to help nurture their interest in Family Medicine. These opportunities provide for a valuable exchange of ideas with peers. The IAFP Foundation works to support activities which maintain the educational excellence of family physicians throughout their practice experience.
Support the IAFP Foundation and the many programs valuable to the specialty of Family Medicine.
WWAMI RUOP (Rural Underserved Opportunities Program)
FAMILY MEDICINE INTEREST GROUP (FMIG)
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STUDENTS ATTENDING THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR FAMILY MEDICINE RESIDENTS AND MEDICAL STUDENTS
PREMED STUDENT/PRECEPTOR MATCHING PROGRAM
ASSIST THE IDAHO FAMILY MEDICINE RESIDENCY PROGRAMS TO PROMOTE FAMILY MEDICINE
THE AAFP CONGRESS OF DELEGATES AND AAFP FAMILY MEDICINE EXPERIENCE
FM RESIDENT OUTREACH PROGRAMS AND RESEARCH
Presenting the 2017 Idaho Tar Wars Poster Winners.
Tar Wars Materials
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First Year Medical Students; Kaden Facer, Jessica Richelieu and Taylor Simmons present the Tar Wars program to the Moscow Charter School in Ms. Hylton’s 5th grade class.
For information about the Idaho Tar Wars Program, contact: Peggy Drzayich, Idaho Tar Wars Coordinator at IdTarWars@aol.com