Online CME Course Center

The NCAFP offers several online programs designed for family physicians and primary care providers.
All are free and enable you to capture AAFP prescribed credits where applicable.

Strategies & Models to Address Healthy Weight in Primary Care

An MOC-FP Part IV Program
Expires 11/15/2018

This online course will allow providers to develop their strategies to address healthy weight with families of young children, including reviewing their office practices related to weight, and developing their Motivational Interviewing skills. This course provides comprehensive quality improvement learning sessions from a wide array of experts and practitioners in this field. This course is approved by both the American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM) and the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) for 20 MOC IV credits, is designed for family physicians and pediatricians (other kinds of providers are also welcome), and is also approved by the AAFP for 20 Prescribed CME credits (AAFP Prescribed credit is accepted by the American Medical Association as equivalent to AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™).

Creating A Medical Home For Children and Youth In Foster Care

An MOC-FP Part IV Program
Expires 4/01/2018

Due to the severe and oftentimes traumatic experiences of many children who end up in the foster care systems, the have a special set of medical and health needs that deserve to be addressed in a comprehensive and routine manner. The aim of this program is to improve the use of social emotional screening rates, referral patterns, and follow-up in the delivery of care for patients in foster care in pediatric and family practices.

Promoting Dental Homes for Young Children Through Screenings, Varnishing, and Referrals

An MOC-FP Part IV Program
Expires 9/01/2017

The aim of this project is to improve the oral health screening, referral pattern, and follow up in the delivery of care for infants to children age 3 in pediatric and family practices. It is critical to integrate oral care into pediatric and family practices in order to ensure regular, annual visits . This intervention will assess the various practices and protocols in place for screening for oral health. This activity has been approved by both the ABFM and the ABP as a MOC Part IV Activity.

Comprehensive Screening for Maternal Depression & Infant Toxic Stress

An MOC-FP Part IV Program
Expires 3/20/2017

The aim of this project is to improve the delivery of care for the mother infant dyad in pediatric and family practices. This intervention will assess the various practices and protocols in place for working with both the mothers and the infants, including screening tools, referral and follow up patterns. This activity will be applicable to both pediatricians and family physicians. This activity has been approved by both the ABFM and the ABP as a MOC Part IV Activity.

Multiple Sclerosis for The Family Physician

In this online course, participants will learn how to identify the symptoms associated with multiple sclerosis and know the other conditions these symptoms can mimic; analyze the symptoms of patients in whom MS is suspected to determine when further testing is necessary; work with the MS patient to formulate a treatment plan to manage symptoms and prevent relapses, including medications, physical therapy and support groups when necessary; and communicate, recognize and help patients to manage potentially harmful side effects of medications used for MS treatments.

Need Help?

If you require help or assistance with any of the NCAFP’s online CME programs, please contact Marietta Ellis, NCAFP’s CME Specialist at 919-833-2110 or via email at Mellis@ncafp.com.