AAFP Adds New Livestream Platform CME Options

AAFP News (11/13/19) Crawford, Chris

Four upcoming American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) continuing medical education (CME) courses will be livestreamed using prerecorded materials from last year's courses on musculoskeletal/sports care and adult medicine. Live faculty will conduct each course, introducing and moderating each session, and participants will earn live CME credit. Courses on each subject also will be offered either as six half-day sessions during a three-day event, or as one 90-minute weekly session for 12 weeks. Also offered via livestreaming will be two Board Review Express courses and a course on rural health. "Livestreaming allows users to participate from the convenience of their home or office, gain live course credits without traveling to a destination location, and save time and money, while viewing much of the same presentations offered at the recently recorded live event," said AAFP Senior Vice President for Education Clif Knight, MD. "Our aim is to continuously meet the individual needs and preferences of our members and other learners."

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