MAFP is accepting applications from active physician members interested in serving as a Michigan Delegate representing the perspective of a new physician, woman physician, minority physician, LGBT physician/physician ally, or international medical graduate at the 2019 National Conference of Constituency Leaders (NCCL), April 25-27, in Kansas City, Missouri.
Chapter delegates elect national officers, write proposed resolutions to impact AAFP policy, and testify on resolutions, while gaining unique leadership experience highlighted by peer collaboration and networking.
"Having the opportunity to learn and share ideas with young Family Physicians was truly inspiring," said Brandon Karmo, DO (Southfield), Michigan's 2018 Delegate to the New Physicians constituency.
Click here to learn more about the National Conference of Constituency Leaders.
One Chapter Delegate per constituency will be appointed by the MAFP Board of Directors from the applications received. Click here to apply by November 26. Delegates representing Michigan are reimbursed with a stipend to offset travel, hotel, and meal costs.