special report: AAFP LAUNCHES EVIDENCE-BASED CME INITIATIVE

Responding to concerns expressed by the Federation of State Medical Boards about the increasing number of CME courses that teach alternative therapies, the American Academy of Family Physicians in Leawood, Kan., introduced an initiative to encourage the development of evidence-based CME. The process was piloted with 18 programs last last year, and officially launched this January. CME providers now have the option to apply for prescribed credit from the AAFP for evidence-based CME.

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