A 2017 policy resolution urging that board scores and pass rates should no longer be used as criteria for giving a citation or area of concern to a residency program.
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A 2006 policy resolution urging NYSAFP to work with insurance companies, including Medicaid, to allow the dispensing of a 3 to 6 month supply of contraceptives at one time.
A 2016 policy resolution calling on the AAFP to advocate that emergency contraception be a covered benefit under all Medicaid programs for people of reproductive age.
A 2013 policy resolution calling for the AAFP to amend the family medicine training guidelines to include training in insertion of intrauterine contraception and to increase CME and resident education in IUD eligibility and insertion.
A 2017 policy resolution urging the AAFP to support efforts to universally screen patients for food insecurity and advocate for a strong and effective national nutrition safety net for vulnerable, low-income individuals.
A 2005 policy resolution that defines effective sexuality education, pregnancy prevention, and sexually transmitted disease prevention programs.
A 2016 policy resolution opposing all forms of policing other than those absolutely needed for patient and staff safety issues within medical settings.
A 2015 policy resolution urging the AAFP to support the integration of comprehensive miscarriage management training into family medicine residencies.
Support the Proposal for New Search Options for Specific Residency Characteristics in the Residency Directory on the AAFP website
A 2017 policy resolution urging the AAFP to increase efficiency of search function for family medicine residencies to include specific, interest-based keywords.
A 2008 policy resolution supporting the mandate of the HPV vaccine for school entry in 6th grade.