Jenifer Scheibler, MPA
Find up-to-date information on presentation format and engagement.
You must use the AAFP FMX template for your presentation. The template is 16x9 in PowerPoint(1 page PPTX) and is identical to the 2016 FMX template.
How to Copy Slides from Previous Presentations
Each FMX presentation is original in content in order to meet learning objectives for each individual session. There are times when including slides from other presentations can help increase overall learning.
To copy slides from another 16x9 template, you will want to:
Required Session Slides
You will need to include the following in your presentation:
Billing & Coding: If you responded to the March request, billing and coding content will be provided to you by mid-June for you to include in your presentation as desired.
1. Complete the Disclosure of Unlabled/Investigational Uses of Products form. Identify unlabeled or "investigational use" content in your presentation.(1 page DOCX)
2. Submit your presentation and Disclosure of Unlabled/Investigational Uses of Products form via email. The form only may also be submitted via fax at (913) 906-6288.
3. On Demand Presentations Only. Submit five post-assessment questions in a Word document by June 26. Please make sure the correct answer to each question is clearly noted. See an example.(2 page PDF)
Once you've submitted your presentation, the following slides will be added by AAFP staff:
See an example of how the final slide order will appear.(14 page PDF)
4. Receive final presentation from the AAFP. After your pre-slides are added, a copy of your final presentation will be sent to your email. While no changes are allowed from this point forward, you will have access to a final copy of your presentation.
As a reminder, the AAFP complies with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education's (ACCME's) Standards for Commercial Support, the American Medical Association’s (AMA's) Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs (CEJA ethics policies), and other laws, regulations, and codes that pertain to conflicts of interest. All faculty members are required to read and comply with the AAFP's CME COI policy.
FMX is a CME activity with AAFP and AMA credit. All sessions must comply with AAFP, AMA and ACCME rules and; therefore, must be educational in nature. If you have a financial interest, such as a book or a mobile app, it is permissible to mention only if it is educational in nature and done so in a fair and balanced manner. Promotional messages of any kind are prohibited in CME.
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