Scholarship & Honors
University of Washington Department of Family Medicine
- Clerkship Professionalism Award.This award is given to one student each year that exhibits exemplary professionalism behavior during their third year clerkship.
- North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Student Research Award. The UW Department of Family Medicine selects one second-year student each year to receive the NAPCRG Student Family Medicine/Primary Care Research Award. NAPCRG is the world's premier primary care research organization and sponsors this award to recognize outstanding family medicine/primary care research performed by a medical student. More details can be found on the student research page.
King County Academy of Family Physicians (KCAFP)
- Community Service Award. Given to a 4th year medical student matched in family medicine
- TJ Phillip Award. Given to a 4th year medical student matched in family medicine.
Washington Academy of Family Physicians (WAFP Awards)
- Alfred O. Berg Student Award for Excellence in Family Medicine Research. Awarded to one Washington State 4th year student matched in family medicine.
- Scholarships to attend the WAFP House of Delegates and Annual Scientific Assembly. These stipends are available to cover the cost of attendance
- National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Students (NCFMRS) Scholarship Stipend. Five scholarship stipends are available to help students attend the AAFP National Conference.
American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP Awards)
- AAFP National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Students Scholarship. More than 125 scholarships are available to help students attend the AAFP National Conference
- James G. Jones, MD Student Scholarship. Awarded to one student each year to attend the Family Medicine Congressional Conference.
- Pisacano Scholarship. Awarded to one 3rd year student entering family medicine.
Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM)
This scholarship is to help students attend the STFM Medical Student Education Conference in January or February of each year, and is given to a student who has both an interest in family medicine and the potential for an academic career.