The Washington Academy of Family Physicians represents approximately 3,700 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.


UW, Johns Hopkins to Host Event on COVID-19 and Children

The University of Washington and Johns Hopkins University are sponsoring a symposium titled COVID-19 and Kids: Impacts, Uncertainties and the Role of Vaccines. The symposium will take place Wednesday, June…

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UW to Host Monthly CME Series on Perinatal Substance Use and Mental Health

Family physicians whose practice includes obstetrics are invited to participate in Moms’ Access Project ECHO: Perinatal Substance Use & Mental Health Case Conference Series, hosted by the University of Washington….

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UW Dept. of FM Speaker Series: Dr. Ying Zhang to Speak on June 30

The next presentation in the University of Washington Department of Family Medicine’s 50th anniversary speaker series will be by Ying Zhang, MD, MPH. Her presentation will be “UW DFM’s Past,…

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Learn About How Physical Spaces Can Affect Equitable Health Care

The Washington Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics will host a webinar on June 30th, titled “Designing at the Edges: Making a Case for Why Representation Matters.” The webinar…

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DOH Webinar – COVID-19: Vaccinating Adolescents

Join the DOH on Thursday, June 10 from 12pm – 1pm for a webinar focused on COVID-19 vaccination for adolescents. The webinar will discuss available COVID-19 vaccines, safety, and frequently…

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From WFP: Youth Self-Consent with Case Studies

The spring edition of Washington Family Physician included an article on understanding youth self-consent in gender-related health care. That article, written by University of Washington-Seattle medical student Lee McKoin and…

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