Please join me in congratulating the following — Keisa Bennett, MD (Lexington) selected as KAFP’s GLBT Delegate; Gerry Tolbert, MD (Florence) selected as KAFP’s New Physician Delegate; Adnan Ahmed, MD (Carlisle) selected as KAFP’s IMG Delegate; Molly Rutherford, MD ( La Grange) selected as KAFP’s Women Delegate; and Eltanya A. Patterson Grant (Clinton) selected as KAFP’s Minority Delegate.
The above responded to our call for delegates to attend the American Academy of Family Physicians’s National Congress of Special Constituencies. The National Conference of Special Constituencies (NCSC) is the AAFP’s forum to address member issues specific to women, minorities, new physicians, international medical graduates, and GLBT physicians. Through this forum, members of these underrepresented constituencies are able to voice their concerns. NCSC participants help shape AAFP policies and positions, build leadership skills, elect national officers, and meet others who share common interests. For more info on NCSC goto http://www.aafp.org/online/en/home/cme/aafpcourses/conferences/leader/ncsc.html