Enduring AAFP CME Credit
Earn Enduring CME Credit: COVID-19 ECHO Clinics And IAFP Summer CME Series
We're offering several enduring CME opportunities for your convenience
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected many family physicians' ability to attend live or virtual CME meetings, but your Academy has resources in place to help you earn the credit you need.
COVID-19 Response ECHO Clinics
IAFP physician leaders have been an integral part of the planning team behind this year's COVID-19 Response ECHO clinics. ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a movement to connect local primary care teams with inter-disciplinary specialist teams to improve treatment for complex and chronic health conditions. The Fairbanks School of Public Health ECHO Center at IUPUI hosts several ECHO programs. To find out more about ECHO, visit echo.iu.edu.
2020's special series of COVID-19 Response ECHO clinics has featured public health and clinical leadership to share the most current resources, strategies, and perspectives for addressing COVID-19 in your community and around the state.
Recent ECHO clinics have included:
- COVID-19 Vaccine (12/9/20)
- Anticoagulation and Influenza (11/11/20)
- COVID-19 & Racial Inequities (10/28/20)
Financial support for this program is provided by the AAFP Foundation to the Family Medicine Philanthropic Consortium (FMPC) and is funded by members like you! Help programs like this continue to support family medicine by giving to the AAFP Foundation. Select “Chapter Grants” when making your gift online, https://www.aafpfoundation.org/donate.html Thank you.
IAFP Summer CME Series
Your Academy offered a free webinar series during the summer/fall of 2020 that is now available on-demand for enduring CME credit. View topics and find recording links here (PDF file).
To report your CME credit for these activities, visit the AAFP's CME reporting page.
Alternatively, we are happy to report your CME credit for you. Email Chris Barry with a list of the sessions you have watched and we will report your credit to the AAFP.