The Washington Academy of Family Physicians represents approximately 3,950 physicians, residents, and students. We provide advocacy, education, development, research and leadership for the specialty of family medicine. We are a constituent chapter of the American Academy of Family Physicians.


WAFP Celebrates Public Health Thank You Day!

On the Monday before Thanksgiving, the Washington Academy of Family Physicians joins other leading public health organizations to say thank you to those who work tirelessly to advance public health…

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COVID-19 Vaccine for Children: Resources for Providers

As 5- to 11-year-old patients continue to be vaccinated, the Washington State Department of Health has resources for you and your colleagues: What Parents/Guardians Should Know about Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccine…

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Larry Green Center: Quick COVID-19 Primary Care Survey, Series 31, Fielded September 10-14, 2021

Nine in ten primary care clinicians agree – the size of the primary care workforce and current payment models are not sufficient to meet the COVID-19 related needs of our…

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New OSHA and CMS rules outline vaccination requirements for health care workers

On Nov. 4, the Biden Administration announced the details of two policies to help fight COVID-19 by expanding vaccination requirements, which will affect health care workers in certain settings. First, the Occupational…

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Updates on the 2022 Family Medicine Advocacy Day

The 2022 Family Medicine Advocacy Day will be held virtually on Tuesday, Feb. 8. The decision to again hold a virtual format was due to the continued uncertainty about accessibility…

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