AAFP Credit Systems Tutorials & Webinars
Webinar on New Credit Application - Save the Date
This short webinar will provide updates on the new and improved credit application that’s launching in spring/summer 2020. The webinar will also talk about benefits of and changes to the application, what is staying the same, need-to-know information, and more!
Tuesday, January 21, 2020 | 2:00 - 2:30 p.m. CT
Registration coming in November.
Watch our tutorials to learn more about CME accreditation, learn how to apply for AAFP Credit Systems accreditation, and more.
This short webinar will educate you on the history of the AAFP Credit System, the types of credit we offer, our eligibility requirements, and help you get started on submitting a CME credit application.
AAFP credit systems specialist Jolene Sammons explains the new blended learning activity type and demonstrates the application process in our CME Provider Dashboard.
Offered only through AAFP Credit System, blended learning activities are designed for the same learner(s) and delivered via two or more of the following formats: live courses, enduring materials, medical journals, performance improvement, and point of care. The tutorial explains the all you need to know about this exciting new activity type.
Learn about the AAFP Credit System’s process for certification of such new and emerging topics as integrative medicine, functional medicine, and non-clinical topics like physician well-being.
Hear from AAFP and ABFM certification experts as they walk you through a new unified credit application process. Learners will know how to apply for AAFP Performance Improvement CME Credit and ABFM Certification Activity points for performance improvement activities through the AAFP Credit System using a single application process.
Learn about the value of AAFP Prescribed Credit to AAFP members, non-AAFP member physicians, and other healthcare professionals.
This webcast will walk you through the step-by-step process for completing a CME credit application for a single live activity.
This webcast will walk you through the step-by-step process for completing a CME credit application for an enduring material activity. Enduring materials are activities based on independent learning materials designed primarily as self-study activities.
This webinar will help CME providers understand common mistakes that can occur when submitting different variations of the live credit application, and how to avoid those mistakes in the future.
This webcast will educate you on avoiding conflict of interest (COI) mishaps through the use of resources and tools.
This short webcast will talk you through our audit process, why we conduct audits, and what to submit for audit requests.