How do I report uptodate CME to AAFP?
If the education is produced by another CME provider, you can report your CME through the AAFP’s CME Reporter. There, you can discover and report your CME by searching for it by title, CME provider, location, etc. Once reported, the education, with associated credits, will be added to your CME transcript.
Is AAFP reliable?
A trusted, go-to source for more than 127,600 family physicians and medical students, the AAFP is a reliable, evidence-based source of medical information for health care professionals.
Does AAFP report CME to Abfm?
Upon your written request, we will send a copy of your CME record to a third party. Fax your request to (913) 906-6075 or mail it to the AAFP Member Resource Center, 11400 Tomahawk Creek Parkway, Leawood, KS 66211. In most cases, we can report your name to the ABFM when you have met their CME requirements.
What is AAFP org?
AAFP Home | American Academy of Family Physicians.
Does AAFP accept UpToDate CME?
American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) The AAFP has reviewed UpToDate and deemed it acceptable for up to 20.00 Point of Care AAFP Prescribed credit. Term of Approval is from 10/31/2021 to 10/30/2022. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Who is the owner of Family doctor Org?
FamilyDoctor.org is operated by AAFP. All information on the site has been written and reviewed by physicians and patient education professionals at AAFP.
How do I track my CME?
If you’re purchasing CME courses on CMEList, then the easiest way to keep track of your CME credits is to use our built-in CME Tracker found on your Dashboard. It’s easy to use and extremely convenient. Currently, we do not offer CME credits reporting but stay tuned for future updates.
How do I check my CME points?
Doctors are advised to check their personal CME Report regularly to monitor their CME point status for their current qualifying period. They can do so by logging into their CME account via the SMC Online System.
Is AAFP peer-reviewed?
1. To publish high-quality, evidence-based, peer-reviewed, clinical content relevant to family physicians, thereby enhancing their ability to care for patients at the point of care and beyond. 2. To be an official scientific publication of the American Academy of Family Physicians with an independent editorial voice.