Family Medicine Update, June 21-25, 2021. It’s all about family medicine. Stay current on the latest recommendations and care strategies for patients of all ages with this special livestream event.
Get information to help you prepare your practice, counsel your patients and administer the vaccine.
Calling all future family physicians! The AAFP Foundation provides scholarships for medical students to attend National Conference. Applications due June 1, 2021.
New Course! OPIOID USE DISORDER LIVESTREAM—Take a patient-centered approach to opioid use disorders, focusing on reducing its harm and stigma.
Improve your practice on your schedule with AAFP TIPS' free online courses, ready-to-use tools, and customizable slide decks.
Stay Dialed In on the Fight for Family Medicine
AAFP Digital Assistant Pilot Opportunities Available
Emergency and Urgent Care Self-Study Package
Refine your emergency care skills on topics that include syncope, assessment of acutely ill elderly patients, and acute pain management.
FP Essentials™ #487 - December 2019 - Public Health Threats Associated With Disasters, Public Health Preparedness for Natural Disasters, Disaster Preparedness Planning, Disaster Response and On-Scene Care.
Hand and Finger Injuries
FP Essentials™ #500 - January 2021 - Metacarpal Fractures, Finger Fractures, & Dislocations, Tendon & Soft Tissue Injuries of the Hand, Chronic Hand & Wrist Pathologies.
FP Essentials™ #482 - July 2019 - Sports Event Care and Return to Play, Exertional Heat Illness, Preparticipation Cardiovascular Screening and Evaluation of Adults, and Fractures, Sprains, and Other Musculoskeletal Injuries.
Suturing Techniques Procedural Self-Study Package
Perform the most common suturing techniques with this easy-to-navigate procedural skills online activity.
Nail Procedures Self-Study Package
Demonstrate proficiency in nail procedures with this easy-to-navigate procedural skills online activity.
Splinting, Wrapping, Casting, and Taping Procedural Self-Study Package
Determine the most effective mechanism for treatment with this easy-to-navigate procedural skills activity.
COVID-19 Applied Cases: Symptomatic and Asymptomatic Patients
Care for your symptomatic and asymptomatic patients by applying current COVID-19 pandemic guidelines, protocols, and review resources (CDC, WHO, and AAFP) in this free CME online activity.
COVID-19 Applied Cases: Mild, Moderate and Severe Symptoms
Apply current COVID-19 pandemic guidelines, protocols, and review resources (CDC, WHO, and AAFP) to care for your patients in your office in this free CME activity.
Pandemic Fundamentals: Detection and Response
Understand pandemics and their impact to clinics and communities in this free CME activity. It includes specific information for COVID-19 screening and testing.
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