Proposals are due November 5, 2015.
Contact Jeana Higginbottom
FMX Program Specialist
(800) 274-2237, ext. 6564
By submitting an application to present at the AAFP FMX, the applicant is acknowledging that the AAFP accepts commercial support for FMX CME activities and topics for which there is a demonstrated need for family physician education. Inclusion of a financially supported program at FMX does not constitute AAFP endorsement of a product or service. All supporting companies are required to sign an agreement to abide by all ACCME Standards for Commercial Support.
All AAFP FMX faculty are required to follow the AAFP’s PowerPoint style guide (available April 2016) when creating presentations and to use the AAFP PowerPoint template (available April 2016).
An electronic version of the PowerPoint presentation must be submitted to the AAFP by the stated deadline. All PowerPoint presentations will be made available to learners through the FMX mobile app and on the AAFP website.
All AAFP FMX faculty are expected to challenge learners to implement three recommended practice changes. Key takeaways for the session should be summarized on the Practice Recommendations slide of the PowerPoint presentation.
All AAFP FMX faculty will be provided with a pre-presentation checklist to guide them in aligning the content of their CME activity with performance-based topics and the educational plan.
All AAFP FMX faculty must submit all required forms by stated deadlines. In addition, to prevent delays in the production schedule, faculty must meet stated deadlines for submitting materials and corresponding with staff. If faculty does not meet these deadlines consistently, the Subcommittee on Family Medicine Experience Learning Chair reserves the right to reduce that individual’s honorarium by 20% per missed deadline. Egregious delays in meeting deadlines may result in nonpayment of honorarium or replacement as a faculty member.
Faculty is expected to read and understand all Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)(www.hhs.gov) guidelines about privacy. Faculty is encouraged to address cultural differences in patient care, when appropriate. Cultural proficiency is an initiative of the AAFP.
The primary goal of each presentation is to cover the stated learning objectives. Additionally, to ensure that learners are receiving the most pertinent information to their practice, all presentations are required to address payment for the topic, as well as include a patient perspective. Additional information and support will be available from the AAFP upon notification of selection for a topic.
All AAFP FMX faculty must understand and agree to the following:
(i) the AAFP discourages individuals speaking at AAFP CME events from participating in commercial or promotional exhibits, including, without limitation, Satellite Symposia and Product Theater (a “Concurrent Event”) held over the same days as the CME activity whether or not officially sponsored by the AAFP, and (ii) if faculty choose to participate in a Concurrent Event, such participation shall entitle AAFP to terminate the faculty contract without any compensation or liability to the involved faculty pursuant to the terms of the faculty contract.
Any reference to a product or drug that implies endorsement by the AAFP is prohibited and may have legal ramifications. The use of trade names is prohibited unless several trade names are listed as treatment options and their generic names are also included.
The AAFP believes that it is important for learners to know when unlabeled or investigational uses of commercial products are discussed during a CME activity. Planned discussion of unapproved or investigational uses of products must be acknowledged in writing to the learners prior to the start of the CME activity.
If an unplanned discussion of unlabeled or investigational use of a product occurs (e.g., during a question-and-answer session), the faculty member should inform learners prior to answering the question or responding to the discussion point that the use in question/under discussion is unlabeled or investigational.
All AAFP FMX faculty are responsible for obtaining copyright approval if they use material(s) from third-party sources. Faculty must have permission from the source for all images, photographs, tables, graphs, illustrations, etc., included in the presentation. An intellectual property form must be submitted to report all items that require permission. Each faculty is responsible for obtaining permissions for his/her presentation and paying fees associated with third-party rights.
Faculty who use their own photographs within the presentation must provide a release form from each patient or model shown.
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