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Find the best content from AFP on 60 clinical topics in one place. Collections include:
- Pertinent AFP articles and departments
- Summaries of practice guidelines from major medical organizations
- Patient education handouts
- Articles from Family Practice Management
- The American Academy of Family Physicians’ Metric practice improvement modules
AFP Department Collections
Each Department Collection provides a search results list of all items in that collection, sorted by date. Once you select a collection, you can narrow your search results using the available filter options.
Take the AFP CME Quiz when, where, and how you want. AAFP members and AFP subscribers can complete the quiz on a computer, iPhone® or Android smartphone, iPad®, or other web-enabled mobile device and receive instant credit. If you can’t complete the quiz in one session, your answers will be saved and you can finish later.
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AFP Community Blog
Visit the AFP Community Blog to view all recent posts, and to exchange thoughts, opinions, and ideas about AFP and family medicine.
Just Released: AFP Photo Quiz App
Ideal for primary care learning, the AFP Photo Quiz app presents physicians and other health care professionals with diagnosis challenges. App features include:
- Ability to take Photo Quiz challenges offline
- Optimized for viewing on the iPad® and iPhone® (coming soon to Google Play)
- Get the full explanation of correct and incorrect answers
AFP Journal App
This app brings you a replica of the journal in an easy-to-use format for iPad®, iPhone®, and Android devices. It is free to AAFP members and AFP subscribers.
AFP By Topic App
This free app makes the best content from AFP for 60 clinical topics available in one place on your iPhone® or Android smartphone.
The Choosing Wisely campaign provides key clinical recommendations that promote best practices. Read a related editorial to get more information and download the full list of recommendations relevant to primary care. You can also check back here for featured recommendations.
Don’t perform repetitive complete blood count and chemistry testing in the face of clinical and lab stability.
Evidence-based medicine (EBM) is the conscientious, explicit, and judicious use of the current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients. The EBM toolkit provides information for readers who want to learn more about EBM, and for authors preparing manuscripts for publication.
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