Immerse yourself in a variety of CME sessions focused on helping you enhance daily patient care when you return home. FMX is the place to challenge yourself. Take in as much evidence-based education and real-world practice scenarios as possible. With so many options to choose from, your opportunities are limitless.
Review CME session topics organized by content category. Choose from core topics identified by your peers as essential to the practice of family medicine. Also plan to attend some of the unique topics that cover timely issues and new research, bridge performance gaps, and address attendee interest.
These dynamic sessions are the core of FMX education. Each 60-minute session will culminate in a collaborative dialogue during which you can submit and vote on questions from your device via the Audience Engagement System. Find your knowledge gaps by participating in polling questions.
Attendees observe faculty demonstrations followed by practice of procedural techniques in the CPWs. These sessions are designed to enhance skills-based competencies. These workshops typically run between two and four hours in length. Separate fee and registration required.
Apply and practice key concepts from associated interactive lecture sessions. It is recommended that you attend the associated interactive lecture before attending the PBL session. Team up with other learners in small groups to collaboratively work through challenging case studies and receive feedback from expert faculty. Additional CME credit is offered through Translation to Practice®. Seating is limited.
Tracks are groups of interactive sessions that follow an educational theme. Four or more sessions are included in each track, allowing attendees to take a comprehensive dive into a specific topic.
Flipped classroom adds an e-learning opportunity prior to FMX. Each flipped classroom consists of an online case vignette, paired with the associated interactive lecture topic. The online case vignette is intended to help you self-identify knowledge or practice gaps. Only included in CPW sessions. Additional fees apply.
FMX On Demand is an online library of key sessions presented during FMX. These sessions were selected to provide the same broad family medicine curriculum opportunity to learners as the live meeting. Your registration includes FMX On Demand, which allows you to earn CME when and where you'd like. Looking for more? Purchase FMX On Demand–Upgrade and receive more sessions and more CME.
Expert faculty will present these 60-minute interactive lectures on advanced and innovative concepts. These sessions provide learners the opportunity to hear more in-depth information on topics such as Cellulitis and Cellulitis Mimics, Diabetes, Fatal Headaches, Hyperglycemia, Lower Extremity Evaluation and Management, Menopause, Migraine, Osteopathy in Pregnancy, Osteoporosis and Osteopenia, Pain/Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy, PTSD, Sudden Cardiac Death, and Vascular Emergencies.
This experiential learning format takes learners out of the traditional CME session at the convention center and provides a unique environment for interactive learning that encourages improved outcomes through increased awareness, earlier and more accurate diagnosis, prompt intervention, and individualized long-term management. Separate fee and registration required.
The ePoster area is a popular destination for the latest family medicine research and to earn CME credit.
Workshops are small-group educational sessions, each lasting 2 hours and 15 minutes. Expert faculty will facilitate these highly engaging, interactive learning opportunities that focus on providing you with new knowledge and skills that can be immediately applied to practice.
Patient-centered care has more than one dimension, especially in the complex family medicine environment. Learn new insights and approaches to collaborate with your patients’ other care providers through these dynamic discussions. Lead family physician faculty are joined by other health experts, personal care givers, and more to expand your view on the patient/provider relationship.
Expert faculty will present differing perspectives/approaches on specific topics. A moderator will facilitate the 45-minute panel discussion as well as the Q&A during the last 15 minutes of the session.
Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending
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Family Medicine Experience (FMX)