Dec. 9, 2022, 12:30 p.m. Michael Devitt — A new self-study series from the AAFP’s EveryONE Project gives family physicians and others the opportunity to earn more than 14 CME credits as they learn about diversity, equity and inclusion through 34 video sessions. The Health Equity for EveryONE series launched Dec. 8 with sessions that range in length from 15 minutes to more than an hour.
“I am really excited about our latest collection of health equity CME,” said Margot Savoy, M.D., M.P.H., the Academy’s senior vice president for education, inclusiveness and physician well-being.
“We have been working hard to develop new and engaging material to support our members on their DEI education journey, and I think all of our members will find something of value in this new series,” Savoy added.
The first two videos can be viewed free of charge on The EveryONE Project™ webpage:
The remaining sessions and details about CME credit are available on the Health Equity for EveryONE CME activity page, where members can register at a discounted rate. The sessions feature discussions from family physicians who are nationally recognized experts on a variety of health equity-related topics, including
After completing the series, learners will be able to
Each session includes an audio file and slide deck so learners can study at their own pace.
Participants can claim between 0.25 and one CME credits for each session, which can be completed in any order. CME reporting is available after completing each session, with a total of 14.75 CME credits available for family physicians and other health care professionals.
The series builds on a foundation of existing information on health equity already available through The EveryONE Project. Similar AAFP activities offering CME credit are also available, including Health Equity: Leading the Change, a free, five-session self-study program, and an online course on LGBTQ+ patient care.
The Academy has also published a wealth of resources on health equity, including a collection of policies and position papers, a toolkit for practicing clinicians and a curricular toolkit for learners and faculty initially created by Family Medicine for America’s Health, in addition to ongoing advocacy to advance health equity in all communities.