On-demand Webinars

To provide family physicians, family medicine residents, and medical students with virtual professional development and continuing medical education during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, MAFP and Family Medicine Foundation of Michigan are offering the following continuing medical education and professional development on-demand webinars. Please bookmark this page and check back as new on-demand webinars are periodically being added.

Stay on Course: Your Ticket to Family Medicine On-demand CME Webinars

  • Package of 12 webinars
  • Approved for a total of 13 CME credits through July 17, 2022

Human Trafficking: How Family Physicians Can Recognize and Assist Victims

  • Available for 1 CME credit through July 17, 2022
  • Meets the State of Michigan's human trafficking training requirement for medical licensure

Clinical Ethics: A Pragmatic Approach

  • Available for 1 CME through May 1, 2022
  • Meets the State of Michigan's medical ethics training requirement for medical licensure

Opioids: How We Got Here, How to Prescribe by the Rules & How to Address Patients' Beliefs

  • Available for 3 CME credits through July 17, 2022
  • Meets the State of Michigan's pain and symptom management training requirement for medical licensure

Beyond Clinical & Curriculum

  • An on-demand webinar series on family medicine practice settings (private practice, employed practice, hospitalist/inpatient care, geriatric medicine, OB/GYN, sports medicine, substance abuse, addiction medicine, academic medicine, federally qualified health center, telemedicine
  • Available through Feb. 1, 2022

Business of Medicine

  • Business of medicine topics, including: family medicine options to last a career, fellowships, preparing to ace the interview, understanding your physician contract, debt management, income & asset protection, make smart financial decisions, building a financial foundation, mandated reporters

Chief & Senior Resident Leadership

  • Nearly 2.5 hours of leadering training
  • Topics include leading the future of family medicine, coaching and the power of appreciation, implicit bias, family medicine today and tomorrow, conflict resolution, panel discussion with chief residents