The Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians has a multi-award winning in-house communications and
design team that collaborates on publications for members and the public alike. Below, find out about our
publications offerings, or jump to each section by clicking a menu item above.
Keystone Physician is the flagship publication of the Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians. Featuring original, in-depth content, it covers the wide spectrum of family medicine and health care, including subjects like government affairs, state and national legislation, education, public health, diseases and illnesses, health law, and new medical technologies. Members especially love recurring features like member news, tip sheets, continuing medical education (CME) monographs, and the coverage of PAFP CME conferences and events.
Recent topics covered in Keystone Physician, which is released online bimonthly, include the public health effects of hydraulic fracturing, the rise of electronic health record technology, and continuing coverage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Click the image to your left to read the latest issue of our Keystone Physician magazine; click here to visit the Keystone Physician Archive (members only).
Click here for information on how to advertise in Keystone Physician.
Family physicians see more patients than any other specialist, but there remains confusion about exactly what "family medicine" is. This timeless discipline has experienced great change in the last 50 years, but it remains the nucleus of patient care.
The PAFP has created a series of publications to reintroduce you to this evolving specialty: The What is Family Medicine? series.
Click the image to the left to read our What is Family Medicine? publications.
Whether you're a seasoned social media veteran or you've never even heard the term "social media" before, we'd like you to know how family physicians and the PAFP are using a few powerful communications tools - and how you might be able to use them, too. The PAFP BIG 3: Primary Care & Social Media series was designed to highlight the three biggest social media tools (Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter) and explain how everyone from novices to experts can get the most out of their online presence. New users will love the easy-to-follow illustrations, and advanced users will learn how to leverage their digital acumen toward bigger creative endeavors.
Click the image to the left to read our PAFP Big 3: Primary Care & Social Media publications.