This comprehensive on-demand program, made-up of a series of CME activities provide in-depth education on how to provide the support your patients, yourself, and your care teams need as a result of the impact of COVID-19.
Earn up to 2 additional AAFP Prescribed credits when you complete the Translation to Practice® (t2p®) process.
Did you miss an AAFP's Virtual Town Hall on COVID-19 session? Now you can watch it anytime, anywhere on demand. Each session is approved for 1 AAFP Prescribed credit.
Did you miss an AAFP's COVID-19 CME Webinar Series session? Now you can watch it anytime, anywhere on demand. Each session is approved for 1 AAFP Prescribed credit. Earn up to 2 additional AAFP Prescribed credits when you complete the Translation to Practice® (t2p®) process.
The following free sessions are approved for AAFP Prescribed credit. More sessions will continue to be added.
Session 1: Pandemic Fundamentals: Detection and Response
Understand pandemics and their impact to clinics and communities. It includes specific information for COVID-19 screening and testing.
Session 2: 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.
Session 3: 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).
Session 4: COVID-19: Physician Well-being in the Time of the Pandemic
Apply skills learned to alleviate the stress and cope with the trauma experienced while providing care to your patients in the time of a global pandemic.
Session 5: COVID-19 Applied Cases: Pregnancy and Pediatrics
Care for all of your obstetric, pediatric and breastfeeding patients by utilizing resources and applying current COVID-19 pandemic guidelines.
Session 6: COVID-19: Maternity Care
Understand recent developments and research related to transplacental transmission from coronavirus disease, and risks for newborns, infants, and toddlers.
Session 7: COVID-19: Isolation, Quarantining, Testing and Returning to Work for Patients and Clinicians
Hear recommendations for returning to a safe clinical work environment and managing testing with limited supply.
Session 8: COVID-19: Emerging Infectious Diseases with Emphasis on COVID-19
Learn what is known about COVID-19 as an infectious disease. Including current understanding of the epidemiology, risk factors for severe disease, surveillance and reporting, and population strategies to prevent spread.
Session 9: COVID-19: Navigating Difficult Discussions
Apply the tools provided to help you manage and discuss difficult issues around death related to COVID-19.
Session 10: COVID-19 Testing: Fundamental and Application to Practice
Review the current COVID-19 testing options, strategies and use of testing, and how they may be accessed.
Session 11: COVID-19: Virus Recovery and Treatment
Learn from a recovered COVID-19 patient to help develop recovery and follow up treatment plans for your patients.
Session 12: COVID-19: Special Populations and Demographic Connection
Understand the correlations between the African American population and severe cases of the COVID-19 disease.
Session 13: COVID-19: Special Populations High Risk Individuals
Identify special populations at higher risk for contacting COVID-19 and review guidance that encourages protection.
Session 14: COVID-19: Providing Comprehensive Pediatric Care During COVID-19
Understand how to provide full spectrum care related to your pediatric patients in a safe way during a pandemic.
FPM: Patient Triage, Scheduling, and Rooming: Three Ways to Adapt Your Workflows for Covid-19 (March 20, 2020)
FPM: How to Tell Policymakers What You Need to Fight Covid-19 (March 19, 2020)
FPM: New Telehealth Rules (March 10, 2020)
FPM: Coding for Covid-19 (March 5, 2020)
We know that you are diligently working to keep up on COVID-19. Did you know that all of the reading and independent study that you are doing can be counted as CME credit? This independent study can be claimed as Professional Enrichment credit. Simply go to www.aafp.org/mycme choose the Report CME tab and look for Professional Enrichment in the Self-Directed Learning Activities section. Limited to 25 AAFP Elective credits per three-year re-election cycle.