May Virtual Spring CME Series

Online Registration

Join us for a virtual Spring continuing medical education (CME) refresher for a wide-ranging overview of family medicine-specific content.

Hear from expert speakers in the areas of Rheumatoid Arthritis, Menopause, and Alzheimer’s Disease. Stay current in your practice with up-to-date strategies for your patients managing these conditions, including underserved and ethnically diverse populations.

Attend one webinar or all three! Sessions will ONLY be offered live (archived webinars will not be available). The first webinar, focused on Rheumatoid Arthritis, was held May 3 and the second webinar, focused on menopause, was held May 17.

Working Together: Improving Early Diagnosis and Management of Alzheimer’s Disease in Primary Care

Wednesday, May 31| 3:00-4:00 p.m. | Speaker: Heidi Yount, MD, FAAFP

Learning Objectives Goals/Expected Outcomes
  1. Explain the importance of early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)
  2. Apply office-based cognitive assessment tools to aid in the early diagnosis of AD
  3. Employ the inter-disciplinary team in the management of behavioral issues in patients with AD
  4. Engage in dialogue with patients and caregivers in a subsequent treatment plan
  5. Outline a plan to connect with community-based resources in the long-term management of patients with AD.
Primary care physicians require education to overcome their commonly cited barriers to the diagnosis and management of AD. Education should be aimed at an improved recognition of the benefits of early diagnosis; the use of office-based cognitive-assessment tools; the management of common behavioral disturbances in AD; the importance of clear communication with patients and caregivers; and guidance for establishing effective connections with relevant community-based, social, and long-term care clinicians.
  1. Explain the importance of early diagnosis of AD
  2. Apply office-based cognitive assessment tools to aid in the early diagnosis of AD.
Primary care physicians need education to grasp the benefits of an early AD diagnosis. They specifically require guidance on the use of recommended office-based cognitive assessment tools for at-risk patients.

Registration Fees and Cancellation Deadlines

Registration Fees:
  • $25 for OAFP Members per webinar
  • $40 for Non-Members per webinar
  • $15 for Resident Members per webinar
  • $0 for Student Members per webinar

Registrations for the Wednesday, May 31, Alzheimer’s Disease webinar will close Tuesday, May 30. Cancellations will receive a full refund minus $10 for administrative fees if provided via email to Saeeda Fotheringham by Tuesday, May 30.

CME Accreditation

The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) has reviewed this series and deemed it acceptable for up to 3 live Prescribed AAFP credits (one credit per webinar). Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


For more information, please contact Director of Education Erin Jech or call 800.742.7327.