Other CME

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Other CME Opportunities

In addition to providing high-quality primary care CME through TAFP symposia, TAFP has developed a partnership with the following organizations in support of their education.

For information on how to post your event or online activity, download and read the Other CME request form.

Live activities



Exciting New Partnership Announcement for TAFP Members

We are thrilled to announce we have teamed up with the Cardiometabolic Risk Summit (CRS) to present the 6th annual meeting taking place on October 20-22, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency Dallas.

CRS will provide comprehensive education on combating the cardiometabolic risk epidemic with the opportunity to earn up to 18.5 CME/CNE/CPE credits over three days. TAFP Members can take advantage of exclusive discounted rates to attend through our partnership.

CRS educates the family medicine community on the latest information and strategies to improve the care of patient populations with obesity, diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia and related comorbidities. Join your colleagues for a focused agenda that empowers practitioners to recognize, prevent, and treat the elements of cardiometabolic risk. Together we can combat the epidemic.

Call 800-208-8075 and identify yourself as a TAFP member for rates starting at $129. To learn more about how attending CRS can benefit your practice, visit CombatTheEpidemic.com.
We look forward to seeing you in Dallas!

National Procedures Institute

Receive hands-on procedural training in numerous locations across the country.

NPI is owned by the Texas Academy of Family Physicians.


Cycling CME
Participate in a unique CME experience in beautiful Colorado! The two CME conferences in 2017 will emphasize exercise as medicine and nutrition. They will also highlight the healing power of common cycling for musculoskeletal problems. The conference groups are small and are in a “hands-on” atmosphere, which helps to create an environment conductive to interactive learning. Each day participants will be rewarded with a challenging bike ride through beautiful terrain. If you enjoy active learning, cycling, and Colorado — consider joining this fall.

Learn more: www.cyclingcme.com
Contact: terri@cyclingcme.com 

AAFP Global Health Workshop
The 2017 AAFP Family Medicine Global Health Workshop will be held on October 4-7, 2017 at the JW Marriott in Houston, Texas. The workshop is a great venue to explore opportunities to engage in global health, prepare for your overseas experience and match your knowledge and skills with health needs around the world.


TMLT’s 2017 Risk Management Spring Seminar Series
Learn how to minimize cyber risks. This series will allow physicians to strengthen their IT systems, since data breach threats involving patients’ protected health information (PHI) are on the rise. The Risk Management Spring Seminar Series held on April 5, 2017 in Dallas at the Renaissance Dallas Hotel and held on April 19, 2017 in San Antonio at the San Antonio Marriott Northwest is sure to minimize cyber security risks associated with sensitive health information. Earn up to 2 CME credits, 1 ethics credit, and take advantage of a 3% premium discount on your next eligible policy period. For more information or to register, visit tmlt.inreachce.com.

Click here to download the seminar PDF

Online activities

The Collaboative for REMS Education presents:

Opioid Prescribing: Safe Practice, Changing Lives
Earn up to 2 Prescribed credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians when you take this online course developed by nationally known experts in the ER/LA opioid field. The course is hosted by Medscape.


Note: This activity is not accredited by TAFP.

Cook Children’s Center for Prevention of Child Maltreatment presents:

Early detection of child maltreatment training
Can you recognize the signs of child maltreatment? Arm yourself with knowledge that can save a child’s life with this free online training for health care providers.

Click here for more information and to begin the training program.

Note: This activity is not accredited by TAFP.

Texas Health Steps presents:

Adolescent Substance Abuse course

The goal of this module is to equip Texas Health Steps providers and others with the tools to integrate substance use screening and intervention into practice, employ current evidence-based models to manage adolescent patients who use substances or are in recovery, and to refer patients when necessary. Participants can earn up to 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and 1.5 ethics credits.

Click here to register for the course.

Note: This activity is not accredited by TAFP.

TAFP and the Iowa Academy of Family Physicians present:

NRCME Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Training Webinar

Physicians and other health care providers wishing to examine interstate truck drivers and issue medical certificates to them must now be certified by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. This webinar was recorded at a live course and can be completed at your leisure from the comfort of your home or office.

Click here for more information and to register.

The National Institute on Drug Abuse and Medscape Education present:

Safe Prescribing for Pain
The goal of this activity is to describe the prevalence of prescription opioid abuse in the United States and the skills and tools clinicians can use to screen for and prevent abuse in patients with pain. Earn 1.25 CME credits with this online course.


Managing Pain Patients Who Abuse Rx Drugs
The goal of this activity is to describe the symptoms and prevalence of opioid addiction and dependence in patients with chronic pain, and the steps clinicians can take to screen for, prevent, and treat such conditions. Earn 1.75 CME credits with this online course.

Click here for more information and to register for either of these courses.

Note: These activities are not accredited by TAFP.

The Test Texas HIV Coalition presents:

Implementing Routine HIV Testing in Health Care Settings

In 2006, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued guidelines recommending routine HIV testing for all patients aged 13-64. This course assists health care providers in the implementation of routine HIV testing. Topics include making the case for routine HIV testing, basics of HIV testing, offering an opt-out HIV test, delivering HIV test results, and implementing a routine HIV testing program in your practice.

Click here to see more about the course. To register, go to the TRAIN Texas website and search for course ID #1033254.

Note: This activity is not accredited by TAFP.

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center presents:

Free online CME credit on various topics, including numerous options that fulfill the ethics requirement. Topics include Fundamental Principles in Communication, Managing Difficult Communication, and others. Click here to see more options and to begin.

Note: This activity is not accredited by TAFP.

Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Medical Communications Media, and the NJAFP present:

Improving Medication Adherence: The Evolving Role of Technology
A Video Roundtable Series

This novel video roundtable series focuses on how family physicians can use health information technology to improve medication adherence in their patients. The first three segments of this six-part series focuses on a key technology: electronic health records (EHRs), mobile and digital communication, and social media. This free CME-certified series will increase your awareness and guide you in using these tools as a means of improving medication adherence and quality of care. Faculty includes family physicians Enoch Choi and Mike Sevilla.

Find more information and access the program here.

Note: This activity is not accredited by TAFP.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Immunization Safety Office presents:

Continuing Education on Influenza Vaccine Safety (FREE)
“Real Talk About Influenza Vaccine – Be Informed and Be Prepared”

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Immunization Safety Office is proud to offer a free continuing education (CME and CE) activity titled “Real Talk About Influenza Vaccine – Be Informed and Be Prepared” now on Medscape. The CME and CE offer includes a roundtable discussion with three vaccine safety prevention experts and is intended for clinicians who routinely administer influenza vaccines and who evaluate and treat patients experiencing adverse events following influenza immunization, including family medicine and internal medicine physicians, pediatricians, obstetricians/gynecologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and nurses.

To participate in this free CME activity, please visit cme.medscape.com/viewarticle/732969. To preview the popular CDC Expert Commentary Series on Medscape, please visit www.medscape.com/partners/cdc/public/cdc-commentary.

Note: This activity is not accredited by TAFP.