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Exemplary Teaching Award


Nominees for the 2017 KAFP Exemplary Teaching Awards will be evaluated based upon the following criteria:

The awards acknowledge members who deserve recognition of exemplary teaching skills as well as individuals who have implemented outstanding educational programs and/or developed innovative teaching models. This award is presented in two different categories:

  • Full or part-time faculty
  • Volunteer

The nominees for the AAFP Exemplary Teaching Awards will be evaluated based upon the following criteria:

  • Recognized for exemplary teaching skills and outstanding progression of abilities over several years by medical students, residents or peers; or
  • Developed and implemented innovative curriculum, teaching model(s) or program(s) in a variety of educational spheres; and
  • Must be a current member of the KAFP & AAFP.

All nominations must be received by December 30, 2016. 

 

 


Tara Neil MD is the 2016 Kansas ETA winner in the full time category

 

Dr. Tara Neil of Wichita, Kan., accepted the 2016 Exemplary Teaching Award on Friday, June 10 during the Member Meeting among family, friends and colleagues.

She is featured in the Kansas Family Physician, Summer 2016 issue.


Joe Davison MD, FAAFP is the 2016 Kansas ETA winner in the volunteer category


 
Dr. Joe Davison of Wichita, Kan., accepted the 2016 Exemplary Teaching Award on Friday, June 10 during the Member Meeting among family, friends and colleagues.

He is featured in the Kansas Family Physician, Summer 2016 issue.