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quarterly magazine

California Family Physician (CFP) magazine is your quarterly publication. It's your source for socieconomic, political, public health, membership, student and resident, PCMH, practice affairs news and more! And, CFP is now green -- you can read the interactive e-Pub the minute is it published. If you haven't already, please sign-up to receive the electronic version or the magazine!

newsletters

academy in action

This bimonthly newsletter contains up to date information on what is happening in the health care field that affects family physicians and their patients.

practice management news

This monthly newsletter offers a hands-on guide to the practical side of operating a medical office. Articles are written by consultants and CAFP staff that cover legal and staffing issues, quality improvement, coding and payment, billing and more.

cme spotlight series

As part of your Academy's efforts to provide you with high quality, useful, practical, relevant [and even cutting edge] clinical and practice information, the Committee on Continuing Professional Development is pleased to bring you the CMe-Spotlight Series.

Student & Resident News

This is your source for news and announcements of special interest to family medicine residents and medical students interested in the specialty.



Legislative News

Get the latest information about legislation affecting family physicians, as well as how CAFP advocates for the speciality.

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the family docs blog

CAFP's Family Docs Blog is a space where we feature articles written by members about a wide range of professional and personal topics. The California Academy of Family Physicians Foundation also hosts a blog where we invite our members to write about their family medicine experiences.

 

podcasts

Check out our #FMRevolution Podcast Series that features discussions with prominent active physicians discussing primary care hot topics.

 

for the media

For PR and media inquiries, please email CAFP's media consultant, Catherine Direen at cdireen@familydocs.org or 415-595-7050.