CME through the AAFP

Find live or on-demand courses or track your CME on the AAFP CME portal – https://www.aafp.org/cme.html

CME opportunities include common and specialty conditions, board review, and last year’s FMX (Family Medicine Experience) courses. Filter CME courses by topic, location, format, month, and free/paid. MAFP members receive discounts on paid CME.


This year you can livestream a variety of important summits, including the AAFP Global Health Summit – https://www.aafp.org/events/global-health.html

FMX (Family Medicine Experience) – https://www.aafp.org/events/fmx.html

Direct Primary Care Summit – http://www.dpcsummit.org/home.html

Family Medicine Update Livestream – https://www.aafp.org/cme/all/family-medicine-update/streaming.html

Learn about CME requirements through the AAFP


FALL 2022 – BEGINS Sept 6th – Regional Latent Tuberculosis (LTBI) Infection ECHO Course in Fall 2022 for primary care providers. This is a 6-session virtual and interactive LTBI ECHO course. Participants can receive up to 6 CME credits and the course is FREE.

Program dates: Sept 6th & 20th, Oct 4th & 18th, and Nov 1st, 15th
For more information
see program flyer and Brown University website

 

Sponsored by Global Tuberculosis Institute, a CDC funded Tuberculosis Center of Excellence, with the Brown University ECHO hub and health departments.


             

Friday, October 7, 2022, 8-4:30 p.m., Hilton Garden Inn, 5 Park Street, Freeport, Maine or join  virtually

This program is intended for physicians in all specialties, psychologists, advanced practice nurses, social workers, physician assistants, dieticians and other professionals engaged in treating patients with eating disorders. 


The Maine Medical Association sponsors MICIS (Maine Independent Clinical Information Service). This is an academic detailing service that offers independent, evidence-based prescribing information directly to Maine physicians. This year, sessions are available on opioid prescribing topics. https://micismaine.org/