California has more than 60 family medicine residency programs. In 2014, many came together and formally organized as the CRN to better share resources and to promote collaboration, collegiality, and joint advocacy. Since its formation, the CRN has been instrumental in advocating for the allocation of funds from the Song-Brown Physician Training Program. This year, we are advancing family medicine through faculty development, scholarly activities, innovative curriculum and continued advocacy.
Members pay a $35 per-resident fee to support the work of the CRN. Programs without residents are asked to pay a $315 fee to support the operation of the Network. Please pay dues here.
|•||Community building via meetings coinciding with the CAFP Family Medicine Summit, select advocacy meetings and the Program Director’s Workshop.|
|•||The collection/development of best practices and novel resources.|
|•||Monthly newsletters, teleconferences and discussion boards.|
|•||Dedicated support services from CAFP staff.