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FMIG – What I wish I Knew Before Starting Third Year

Event held by FMIG – Family Medicine Interest Group on 02/11/2021: The Family Medicine Interest Group hosted a panel of third and fourth year medical students. They described their experiences during clinical clerkships and answered questions for students in their preclinical years.

Family Medicine Resident Panel

Event held by FMIG – Family Medicine Interest Group on 11/12/2020: The Family Medicine Interest Group hosted a panel with Dr. Herndon and Dr. Phillips, who are currently a part of UF’s Residency Program. They shared what drew them to the field of family medicine and their advice for…

Rural Medicine With Dr. Hatch

Event held by FMIG – Family Medicine Interest Group on 08/19/2020: FMIG hosted an event with Dr. Hatch, the director of the family medicine clerkship. He discussed his career path and practicing medicine in a rural setting. He also demonstrated the variety of conditions treated by family medicine physicians…

FMIG – Starting Clerkships

Event held by FMIG – Family Medicine Interest Group on 02/12/2020: The FMIG hosted a lunch meeting featuring a panel of 3rd and 4th year students who shared experiences and advice on 3rd year clerkships.

FMIG Meeting on Rural Medicine

Event held by FMIG – Family Medicine Interest Group on 10/16/2019: FMIG was happy to host Dr. Hatch, who explained the patient population and diverse practices of a rural medicine doctor. We look forward to everyone coming out for our Wine and Cheese night with the UF Family Medicine…

Inter-professional Primary Care Panel

The American Medical Student Association (AMSA) collaborated with the Family Medicine Interest Group (FMIG), American Pharmacists Association (APhA), and the Physician Assistant Student Association (PASA) to bring together an inter-professional panel of primary care providers that talked about how they interact with each other’s professions on a daily basis to…

Sports Medicine

Dr. Michaudet spoke to students about the many opportunities available in the Family Medicine Specialty. He gave roughly 50 MS1 and MS2 students an insight into the world of Primary Sports Medicine.