AAFP CME Faculty

Teach America's Family Physicians

Share your valuable expertise and passion for family medicine.
Contribute to lifelong learning uniquely designed for family physicians by family physicians.
Take pride in knowing that AAFP CME is evidence-based, unbiased, and highly valued by family physicians across the country.

Completing the AAFP Faculty Interest Form:

  • Positions you as a potential faculty member and expert for the AAFP.
  • Pursues a satisfying way to fulfill scholarly activity requirements.
  • Prepares you to share your passion for learning with family medicine colleagues.

Get Involved

Start by completing the AAFP Faculty Interest Form. This online form features a series of questions designed to help us get to know your interests, experience, and expertise.

Once we receive your submission, it will be entered into the faculty interest and expertise database. We will notify you when appropriate opportunities match your knowledge, skills, and qualifications.

Frequently Asked Questions

What qualifications are required to become CME Faculty?

We've posted all AAFP CME Faculty Qualifications for your information and review.

Who serves as AAFP CME Faculty?

See how other professionals are benefiting from their work on our CME Faculty team.

What kinds of opportunities are typically available for CME Faculty members?

  • Author/Editor
  • Content Development Faculty
  • Presentation Faculty
Express Your Interest
in CME Faculty

Complete the online Faculty Interest Form, which will be entered into the faculty interest and expertise database.


CME Faculty Resource Center

We're interested in helping you to be an effective family medicine educator, so we've provided a number of tools to help guide your content development process toward a high-quality learning product.

Visit the CME Faculty Resource Center >>


"Presenting at meetings helps me to stay up-to-date on my own areas of interest, and invariably I come away with something new from both the other presenters and from the attendees themselves."

— Susan M. Joy, MD, Cleveland, OH

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Please contact Paula Shipper, Ed.D, CME Faculty Strategist.