2023 FCAAP Forum Series
The 2023 FCAAP Forum Series offers both on-demand educational presentations and live, interactive discussion groups with industry experts. The series includes four focus areas: Practice Culture, Immunizations, Professional Development, and Advocacy, each featuring experts from across the country. CME credits and MOC Part 2 points are available for each of the four focus areas of the series. View the full accreditation details here.
The series is open to both FCAAP members and non-member providers across the country. Registration for the entire year with access to all four parts of the series is just $10 for FCAAP members and $20 for non-members. See the full agenda and speaker line-up and register here.
The 2023 Forum Series is made possible through the support of Physicians Computer Company. CME and MOC 2 credits for the series are available thanks to the support of the USF Florida Center for Behavioral Health Improvements and Solutions.
On Demand and Recorded Courses
BUILDING COVID-19 VACCINE CONFIDENCE FOR FLORIDA’S AUTISTIC COMMUNITY
Autism Speaks has created a free CME/CE opportunity “Building COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence for the Autistic Community in Florida” for Florida health care providers centered on COVID-19 vaccines for patients with autism and their families. Autistic individuals are nine-times more likely to be hospitalized from COVID-19 and six-times more likely to have longer hospitalization than non-autistic individuals. While the COVID-19 vaccines offer protection from hospitalization and death, the polarization of public opinion about the COVID-19 vaccines puts the autistic community at increased risk.
This presentation explores methods to improve vaccine counseling and discussion for autistic patients. The Florida AHEC Network designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Click here to access the course through June 2023.
Plans of Safe Care for Infants Exposed to Opioids
The purpose of this FREE course is to address gaps in training and educational resources with respect to 1) transitions of care from the hospital/birthing center to the pediatric medical home, 2) overcoming stigma and social attitudes, 3) health supervision in the pediatric medical home, and 4) recovery focused family‐centered care coordination. Additionally, the course will outline the central issues encountered during the transition period and which may represent barriers to accessing appropriate treatment and community resources for the mother, and early intervention programs for the infant.
Participants are eligible for 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ and 1.00 points of MOC Part 2 credit.
Click here for details and registration. Available through November 9, 2023.