July 5, 2023
Thank you - 2023 Summer Forum Attendees
Thank you to both in-person and virtual attendees of the 2023 Family Medicine Summer Forum.

We hope that the learning experience was as enjoyable and worthwhile for you as it was for the FAFP leadership and staff.

As a reminder, if you have not done so already, please claim your CME credits by completing and submitting your evaluation no later than September 2, 2023. CME credits earned from the meeting will be reported to AAFP and CE Broker within 30 days, provided you have completed and successfully submitted the evaluation. Please do not report your credits to AAFP/CEBroker as this delays the process in proper reporting to the state. 

We look forward to seeing you again soon!

Call for CME Topics for 2024
Do you have family medicine topic recommendations for the 2024 FAFP CME Weekends?

Get involved and submit your 2024 topic proposals here.
Submission Deadline: Friday, August 25, 2023. All proposals will be reviewed for consideration by the FAFP CPD Committee.
The FAFP’s CME activities are designed to allow Family Medicine physicians and health care professionals the opportunity to update their medical knowledge, enhance clinical skills, and support their professional development through dynamic CME curricula.
2024 FAFP Officer and Board Nominations
Have an interest in serving your Florida Academy of Family Physicians (FAFP) as a member of the Board of Directors or as an Officer? The FAFP Nominating Committee is officially accepting nominations for the 2024 Officers & Board of Directors.
CLICK HERE to apply and review more details. Deadline is Friday, July 212023.
DEA Required Training Deadline
Drug Enforcement Agency explained on a card held by a hand
This is a friendly reminder that beginning June 27, 2023, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will now require one-time attestation of eight hours of CME accredited training on management of substance use disorders (SUDs) prior to renewal of a DEA registration.

The FAFP responded by quickly developing education courses that satisfy the requirement addressing the treatment and management of opioid and other substance use disorders. The best part is, it is provided at NO COST to FAFP members.

In fact, all FAFP enduring educational programs provided in the FAFP Online Library are offered complimentary to FAFP members and can be completed at your own convenience.

This is yet another example of how the FAFP provides value-based programs and services to support our members. Click here for FAFP SUD topics, learning objectives, and SAMHSA core curriculum elements.
For FAQs regarding the new DEA requirement, please click here.
COVID-19 Vaccine Access: What Providers Should Consider Amid Commercialization
As COVID-19 vaccines transition to the commercial market, providers face a new set of challenges. In our latest blog, we discuss the considerations providers should keep in mind, including coordinating with payers for reimbursement, ensuring proper vaccine storage and handling practices, and assessing the demand among their patient population before offering the vaccine. Click here to read more.
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