The CAFP Residency Network (CRN) gathers throughout the year to discuss issues related to advocacy, curriculum design, faculty development, and scholarly activity.
The CRN speaks with one voice to secure adequate funding to stabilize and expand the family medicine residency programs that produce the primary care workforce California needs. Each year, CAFP assists CRN members as they complete their grant applications.
The CRN shares best practices and innovations to ensure family medicine residents receive the scope and quality of training they require to meet their patients’ needs.
The CRN establishes and maintains pipelines of educators, including faculty, associate program directors, and program directors, who will train the next generation of family physicians.
The CRN shares opportunities for family medicine residents to produce scholarly work that describes the outcomes of their training.