AAFP Foundation


Press Releases

2014

June 16: Cities for Life -- Cities for Life Increased Community Support and Showed Improved Clinical Measures for People Living With or At Risk for Type 2 Diabetes
(3-page PDF file; About PDFs)

2013

June 27: 2013 U.S. News Top Doctors List -- Jane Weida, MD, a family doctor in Lititiz, PA and AAFP Foundation Vice President, is among the physicians honored in U.S. News and World Report’s 2013 Top Doctors list.
(1-page PDF file; About PDFs)
June 24: Cities for Life -- Cities for Life Highlights Diabetes Management in Birmingham at American Diabetes Association 73rd Scientific Sessions
(3-page PDF file; About PDFs)
April 25: Cities for Life -- The American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation announced that 24 organizations have been selected as recipients of 8 Cities for Life Collaboration Awards. The awards were created to expand resources for people living with diabetes in Birmingham, AL.
(2-page PDF file; About PDFs)

2012

April 24: Cities for Life -- Birmingham, Alabama has been selected for the pilot program of Cities for Life, a community-based diabetes management program anchored in Family Medicine.
(3-page PDF file; About PDFs)
January 13: Peers for Progress -- AAFP Foundation Global Director of Peers for Progress Outlines Peer Support for Self-Management of Diabetes at Health Affairs Forum on Diabetes.
(3-page PDF file; About PDFs)

2011

November 16: Cities for Life -- AAFP Foundation releases Behavioral Economics Roundtable on Diabetes Summary Report.
(3-page PDF file; About PDFs)
October 4: Family Medicine Cares -- AAFP Foundation launched a new humanitarian signature program, Family Medicine Cares in October 2011. This program will provide grant and volunteer support to new free health clinics nationwide.
(2-page PDF file; About PDFs)
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