Live Events

The Kansas chapter of the AAFP is hosting a Virtual CME opportunity for its members in the coming weeks to include four, two-hour sessions members can access individually by topic or as a bundle, for a total 8.0 CME credits possible. 

KAFP is extending a special registration rate for fellow AAFP members:

  • $44 / session
  • $216 for all four sessions (a $20 savings!)

Virtual CME Schedule

Four sessions, two hours of CME credit each:


Online Activities

IAFP Online CME:

Harm Prevention and Harm Reduction in Opioid Safety
Presented by: William Campbell, DO, Campbell Health Solutions, SC (locations in Tinley Park, IL and Munster, IN)
Recored on January 21, 2020

In Pursuit of Equity
Presented by: Michael A Hanak, MD, FAAFP, Associate Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Rush University Medical Center; Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine
Recorded on Dec 10, 2019

Sexual Harassment Prevention
Illinois State law now requires physicians to have 1 CME credit in sexual harassment prevention before their licenses are renewed.  The law takes effect January 1, 2020.
Presented by Marian Sassetti, MD, of Lake Street Family Physicians, Oak Park, and a member of the IAFP Women In Leadership member interest group will present a cogent framework for making sure you and your clinical colleagues are addressing sexual harassment prevention in your practice. 
Recorded Nov 2019

Sharing challenges and best practices in Medication Assisted Treatment for OUD
How do primary care clinicians work with patients who have OUD?   What is it like to provide Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) to patients with opioid use disorder (OUD)?  How can family physicians work with pain management subspecialists to care for their patients with OUD?
Thomas Huggett, MD, family physician at Lawndale Christian Community Health Center on Chicago's west side shares his experiences with providing MAT with his patients.  Gagandeep Goyal, MD, an anesthesiologist, shares how he works with primary care clinicians who refer their patients with pain management needs, to make sure there is coordinated care between he and the primary care clinician
Recorded Thursday, September 19, 2019

Primary Care Update: The ever-changing landscape of medical (and now, recreational) cannabis in Illinois

Presented by Leslie Mendoza Temple, MD, ABOIM, Clinical Associate Professor, Family Medicine, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, & Medical Director, Integrative Medicine Program, NorthShore University HealthSystem
Objectives: To educate the primary care physician on the following:
1. Updates to the IL Medical Cannabis Program and pending expansion of eligible medical conditions
2. CBD and hemp products
3. Recreational cannabis legislation -what can we expect?

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) in Solo/Small Group Practice
Presented by
Mary "Molly" Rutherford, MD, MPH, FAAFP, FASAM, AAFP member from Kentucky, will describe how she developed an MAT in her solo practice (direct primary care).

Opioid Safety in Primary Care

Presented by William Campbell, DO, Chair, IAFP Opioid Safety Workgroup, Campbell Health Solutions, SC, Tinley Park, IL
Objective: Learn to safely incorporate medications as a part of a comprehensive treatment strategy for chronic pain.

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Online Series

Telligen QIN’s Speaking Out on Pain Management Podcast

Dive into the world of chronic pain management and explore alternative treatments for chronic pain with the Speaking Out on Pain Management Podcast. Each episode offers a fresh perspective from doctors, nurses, counselors and everyday pain-sufferers on the front lines of treating and living with chronic pain. New episodes available on the second Wednesday of each month until December. Produced by Telligen, the Quality Innovation Network for Colorado, Illinois and Iowa.

Episode 1: Pain Contracts

Episode 2: Non-Opioid Approaches to Pain Management

Episode 3: Tips on Combatting the Patient, Provider, and Pharmacist Disconnect

Episode 4:Pain Assessments: A Patient’s Experience and What The Doctor Recommends

Episode 5: Unexpected Ties Between Mental Health and Pain Management

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