The WAFP works closely with medical schools in the state to promote students’ interest in family medicine through social, educational, and connection events. Please learn more by reaching out to our office or the Interest Group at the school listed below.
The FMIG of UW Seattle is a place for students explore their interests in family medicine together. With the support of faculty, the FMIG organizes opportunities for mentorship, networking, clinical skills building, advocacy and community service. Through all these avenues, FMIG students experience the breadth of family medicine and find ways to hone specific skills in their areas of interest.
Lara Westbrook, Student Leader of the Interest Group. email@example.com
The FMIG of UW Spokane is built on a shared passion for family medicine. With the support of faculty, the FMIG organizes opportunities for mentorship, networking, clinical skills building, advocacy and community service. Through all these avenues, FMIG students experience the breadth of Family Medicine and find ways to hone specific skills in their areas of interest
The FMIG of PNWU is a club built on offering a variety of opportunities to learn more about the importance of family medicine. We offer volunteer opportunities, workshops, and speakers to develop interest in family medicine. Through this club, students gain leadership experience, are able to network, engage in community service, and thoroughly answer the question of “Why family medicine?”
Jordan Holmes, President of the Interest Group
Dr. John Moore.
The FMIG of WSU grows and inspires student interest in family medicine by facilitating professional growth opportunities, advancing community partnerships, and advocating for equitable care for all families in Washington state. The members work together to engage in policy and advocacy for health equity and to explore the specialty of family medicine through community partnerships.
Julia Swanson, Student Leader of the Interest Group. firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Jeff Haney