The Family Medicine Interest Group (FMIG) is an organization that gives students a glimpse into family medicine and the many different career opportunities available. All medical students, whatever their interests, are encouraged to attend informational meetings, which are held monthly. Each month will have a "focus" which will be the central theme of the month — this theme covers the meeting, any procedural/skills labs or community service projects held that month.
Student membership in the American Academy of Family Physicians and Ohio Academy of Family Physicians is free. Students are encouraged to get involved at the state and national level. As members of the AAFP, students receive a journal by mail each month. The Ohio Academy of Family Physicians pays the annual membership fee for medical students. You can join anytime — just e-mail one of the copresidents, Kara Yutzy, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Christen Johnson, email@example.com, if you have any questions.
Thanks to the efforts of the student leaders and support from family medicine faculty, the FMIG improved the way it promotes family medicine to Boonshoft students during the 2014-2015 school year. The American Academy of Family Physicians noticed these efforts and awarded this FMIG with a Program of Excellence Award for both 2014-15 and 2015-16.
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Therese M. Zink, M.D., firstname.lastname@example.org
Deanne W. Otto, Ph.D., email@example.com
- Procedure Clinics
- Book Club
- Learn at Lunch Sesssions
- Residency Dinner
- Dinner sessions:
- Health Care Platforms and the 2016 Presidential Election
- Family Medicine Career Panel: Hospitalist, Ambulatory, Urgent Care, Sports Medicine, etc.
Get involved with The Ladder, a cascading mentorship program based at the Family Medicine Residency that invites local children who are interested in a health career to join a society of medical scholars. The society gathers on the second Saturday of each month for sharing, learning about some aspect of health and lunch. Family medicine faculty, residents, medical students and other health professions students and pre-health students are involved. The program's slogan is “Lift as you climb. Build as you grow.”