Professional Development

At TAFP, continuing medical education is our specialty.

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Additional 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. Unless indicated, these activities are not accredited by TAFP.

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

In-person activities

National Procedures Institute

Receive hands-on procedural training in numerous locations across the country. NPI is owned by the Texas Academy of Family Physicians.

The Texas A&M School of Medicine presents:

Rural Practitioners of Texas Conference

March 22 – 23 | Fredericksburg, Texas

Embark on a transformative journey at the Rural Practitioners of Texas Conference, where health care professionals unite to redefine the future of rural practice. Discover cutting-edge insights, engage with industry leaders, and cultivate invaluable connections. Whether you're a rural physician, nurse practitioner, or physician associate, this conference is your gateway to unlocking the full potential of rural practice. Embrace the wisdom of the countryside and chart a course toward excellence in health care. Journey. Earn 6.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.

Virtual or online activities

The Annenberg Center for Health Sciences presents:
New Strategies and Best Practices in the Management of Pediatric Facial and Truncal Acne

Dermatology expert Hilary Baldwin, MD, delves into the management of pediatric facial and truncal acne addressing practical management strategies to optimize patient-centered treatment success. In addition to discussing the impact of acne on health-related quality of life and sequelae, Dr. Baldwin summarizes the pathophysiologic basis for treatment. Earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.

Baylor College of Medicine Family and Community Medicine and Behavioral Health Solutions of South Texas presents:

Bringing Alcohol and Other Drug Research to Primary Care

A free interactive online course, which consists of six, 5 to 10 minute modules that provide guidance and resources on how to integrate evidence-based practices for treating and preventing alcohol, nicotine, and opioid use disorders in primary care.

Participants who complete the training:
  • Earn 1 hour of FREE prescribed CME credit from the American Academy of Family Physicians
  • Satisfy 1 hour of the ethics CME requirement for the Texas Medical Board

The Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine presents:

Melanoma Early Detection Training

This melanoma training will provide you with information and resources to equip you to provide screenings for skin cancer, detect melanoma early, and empower patients with provided educational resources. To accommodate individual schedules, the training is available as an online self-guided set of modules, containing a series of short video lectures and interactive eLearning modules. UT Southwestern is collaborating with Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine to assess the efficacy of the training.

Earn up to 3 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

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.

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.