AAFP hosts weekly series of CME webinars - (Fridays 8 - 9pm)
dedicated to topics from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mental Health in a Time of COVID-19 Webinar Series
Tues., May 26th, 12:00pm, Register here
“Task-shifting” is a term used to describe when non-mental health professionals are trained to use specific skills when addressing mental health concerns. With the expected increase of mental health challenges related to COVID-19, our third webinar in this series will highlight faith-based and community groups that are using online training and resources to develop mental health skills in their leaders.
This webinar series addresses overwhelming stress the COVID-19 experience is placing on people and communities.
· Part 1: “Preparing Leaders to Address the Challenges,” (webcast April 28, 2020, download the recording).
· Part 2: “When Trauma, Fear, and Anxiety Become Overwhelming,” (webcast May 12, 2020, download the recording).
· Part 3: “Task-shifting to Address Increasing Challenges,” May 26 at 12pm, Register here
· Part 4: “Connecting Spirituality to Mental Health Services in the Midst of the Crisis,” June 9 at 12pm. Registration opening soon.
AAFP CME Updates: Managing COVID-19 with Limited Resources: A Rural Family Physician's Experience
As a condition of continued membership in the MassAFP & AAFP, active members are required to report at least 150 credits of approved CME every three calendar years. In order to be eligible for re-election and continue membership you must earn and report your CME within your re-election cycle. In addition, CME credits must be reported in the year in which they are earned.