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RIAFP
Karen Dalton
PO Box 29, N. Scituate, RI 02857
(cell) 401-919-2059
(phone) 401-647-3595
(fax) 401-647-3597
karen.riafp@gmail.com

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You can receive Prescribed credit for reading the AFP and FPM journals at the following website:

http://www.aafp.org/online/en/home/publications/journals/afp.html

http://www.aafp.org/online/en/home/publications/journals/fpm.html

You can also receive some credits for complete online activities produced by the AAFP:

http://www.aafp.org/online/en/home/cme/onlinecme.html?navid=online+cme#Parsys1444

You can also search the CME center for AAFP CME certified activities that may be near to him:

https://nf.aafp.org/Cme/CmeCenter/Default.aspx

If you go to the CME Center on aafp.org provides a search tool to find CME in various formats, including audio, video, print, and online. You can search through the criteria. Also, pages 8 and 9 of this PDF lists out AAFP CME packages that members might be interested in. AFP Journal quizzes can earn usually a minimum 90 or so credits and they are quick and easy to complete online. Members can also claim CME for their Life support courses, teaching hours up to 60 hours, and meetings (staff, hospital, board) up to 25 hours. Those are listed in the CME Center online.

Please scroll down to view all Other CME Resources and Events.

Brown Department of Family Medicine/Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island CME Events and Noon Conference Schedule – 2013
Please Note: All conferences run from 12:15-1:15 p.m. at Memorial Hospital of RI (specific location below). For more information, please contact Stacie Demarais, assistant education coordinator, at 401-729-2244 or via email at stacie_demarais@mhri.org

Please register early as seating is limited
Register Online at:
https://apps.biomed.brown.edu/cme_registration/

Click here for  Collaborative Office Rounds Session Flyers 2013__ _________________

AMA CME Website

Continuing Medical Education (CME)

When it comes to continuing medical education (CME) activities, the AMA has the right physician resources to help today’s busy physicians meet their professional needs. CME activities can be searched below by topic or format to see what is currently available.

Please note that when selecting CME activities, physicians should be certain the credit is being awarded by an accredited CME provider. Consult the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award (PRA) booklet for a full explanation of the guidelines that must be followed when AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ is designated for a CME activity. ______________________________________________________________________________

 

ACCME Website

For Physicians and Health Care Professionals

CME accredited within the ACCME system is of, by, and for the profession of medicine. Accredited CME helps health professionals solve real world problems , advance team-based care, and achieve their institutions’ goals . CME activities cover the full range of topics important to the professional development of health care practitioners – from the latest breakthroughs in medical research to communication skills.________________________________________________________________________________________________________

New Online Continuing Ed Opportunity FREE

Pathways Awareness, in conjunction with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), are proud to announce the availability of a new online continuing medical education (CME) course: Recognizing Early Motor Delays at the 2-month Pediatric Well Visit. The program, available at http://www.pedialink.org/cme/htemd is being offered FREE for all by entering the code PATHWAYS at check out. Upon completion of the 20 minute course, eligible participants may earn a maximum of 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM, AAP, or NAPNAP credits. The curriculum uses side-by-side video comparisons of infant observation to help health care professionals, students, parents, and caregivers recognize the signs of an early motor delay in children as early as 2 months of age and determine the most appropriate intervention if an early motor delay is observed. Early detection and early intervention are key to ensuring the best for all children’s physical development. For more information on early motor delays and the help available, visit www.pathwaysawareness.org or call our toll free parent answered hotline at 1-800-955-CHILD (2445).

Oral Health Program, Rhode Island Department of Health in collaboration with St. Joseph Health Services of Rhode Island