The Auxiliary to the ACOFP is grateful for the support of our families, friends, and colleagues. Last year, the Auxiliary raised about $30,000 for osteopathic resident and new physician leadership training, osteopathic student educational programs at the ACOFP Annual Convention and osteopathic student awards. This year, we are hoping to raise $50,000 for these programs. In order to reach our goal, we need your help. Please support our annual awards campaign by selecting the appropriate level on the sponsorship form. Any sponsorship level you select will be greatly appreciated. Auxiliary support provides assistance for qualified osteopathic medical students who are active members of the school’s ACOFP student chapter and intend to enter an AOA approved family medicine residency program.
The Auxiliary will accept 2018 sponsorship forms before and throughout the Annual ACOFP Convention.
ACOFP and AACOFP STUDENT AWARDS
THE MARIE WISEMAN OUTSTANDING OSTEOPATHIC STUDENT OF THE YEAR AWARD
This award, in Memory of Marie Wiseman, recognizes an osteopathic medical student who demonstrates strong philanthropic and community service. This annual award provides one osteopathic medical student with $5,000 to help defray medical school and/or personal expenses, and affirms the recipient's activities and outstanding community service within the osteopathic family medical association. A joint effort between the ACOFP and the Auxiliary to the ACOFP Awards Committee reviews applications and selects the recipient of the award. The award winner will be announced at the ACOFP Annual Convention in March 2018 in Austin, Texas. The recipient will receive up to two nights hotel stay in a standard room and one round trip, coach airfare.
EMERGING OSTEOPATHIC STUDENT LEADER AWARDS
The ACOFP and Auxiliary to the ACOFP annually awards $2,500 to qualified emerging osteopathic student leaders in family medicine and the ACOFP. These awards are intended to assist the students in defraying their medical school and/or personal expenses and to affirm the recipients’ interest in association leadership.
OSTEOPATHIC FAMILY MEDICINE STUDENT AWARDS
The ACOFP and Auxiliary of the ACOFP annually awards $1,000 awards to qualified medical students who have indicated an interest in family medicine and the ACOFP. These awards are intended to assist the students in defraying their medical school and/or personal expenses.
2018 Student Awards Application >>
* Applications must be submitted by November, 2017
2017 STUDENT OF THE YEAR In Memory of Marie Wiseman
2017 EMERGING OSTEOPATHIC LEADER AWARD RECIPIENTS
Andrew Crow Xiawei Zhong
2017 OSTEOPATHIC FAMILY MEDICINE STUDENT AWARD RECIPIENTS
FUTURE LEADERS CONFERENCE SUPPORT
Bradley Brown Mackenzie Denton Samantha Flanagan
Rachael Hume Megan Kauffman Mallory Krueger
Amanda Kuhlman Rachel Larrabee Mitchell Ornelas
Jonathan Wu Urvi Patel Chelsea Willis
Sherrita Polk Ekaterina Shapiro Aarisha Shrestha
TaReva Warrick-Stone Jamie Wilkinson Tahlia Wolfgang
Brenda Pecotte de Gonzalez Amy Park
The Auxiliary annually provides support to the ACOFP Future Leaders Conference, which is designed to teach selected new physicians in practice and family medicine residents who are interested in achieving a greater awareness of their leadership style so they can make a greater impact in the profession and in ACOFP.
Conference Information >>
RESIDENT SPOUSE OPPORTUNITY DRAWING
The Auxiliary to the ACOFP offers the spouses and/or significant others of residents who are taking the certification board exam the opportunity to win a $300 stipend. Residents must be currently enrolled in an AOA-approved Osteopathic Family Medicine Residency, registered to take the certification board exam, and registered to attend the ACOFP Convention & Scientific Seminars. Letters with an entry form are sent to all registered residents in January. Spouses must return a completed entry form and winners are randomly chosen and notified. The stipends are distributed to the lucky winning spouses at an Auxiliary meeting during the ACOFP spring convention.
For more information on the Auxiliary to the ACOFP, please contact Marsha Henriksen at 847.952.5119 or view the AACOFP Bylaws.