NJAFP CME Catalog

Welcome to NJAFP's CME Course Catalog

Please choose from our catalog of accredited CME and remember to check back often, as we'll be adding to the catalog throughout the year.

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Available Courses

0.5 AAFP Prescribed Credits

SGLT2 Inhibitors in African American Patients

Diabetes takes a heavy toll on African Americans in prevalence, mortality, and morbidity. Not only are outcomes poor for African americans with diabetes, but healthcare utilization among this patient population is costly...

NJ DOH

N.J.S.A. 18A:40-41d “Student-Athlete Cardiac Screening professional development module”

The purpose of this professional development module is to refresh and enhance the knowledge of healthcare practitioners who conduct student-athlete pre-participation physical examinations.

Up to 2.25 Credits

Monoclonal Antibody Therapy – Free CME & Patient Resources

Free on-demand CME and patient resources on monoclonal antibody therapy for patients with COVID-19 is available now from NJAFP, Medscape, and the Infectious Diseases Society of America. Check it out today!

Part of Series

Lupus Lecture Series: Unmasking Lupus

This 1-hour session is a comprehensive review of patient-centered lupus care in primary care. Part of NJAFP's Lupus Lecture Series for Primary Care.

Part of Series

Lupus Lecture Series: The Diagnosis of Lupus – Practicing with Uncertainty

This 52-minute presentation is part 1 of a 1.5-hour session and aims to help primary care physicians to: Understand autoimmune; Raise clinical suspicion of autoimmune issues and challenges; Understand what lab tests should be performed and interpret the results; Identify the presenting signs and “type 1” symptoms of lupus (rashes, arthritis, cytopenia) to trigger an early referral to a rheumatologist and aid in early diagnosis

Part of Series

Lupus Lecture Series: Lupus and Mental Health: The Elephant in the Room

This 30-minute presentation is part 2 of a 1.5-hour session and aims to help primary care physicians to address mental health in patients with lupus.

Part of Series

Lupus Lecture Series Kick-Off: Unmasking Lupus

This session was recorded Oct. 4, 2021, as part of the Lupus Lecture Series kickoff.

1 AAFP Prescribed credit

CME Article – Long COVID

The post-acute sequelae of COVID19, also known as Long COVID, are increasingly being recognized as a significant burden upon survivors. Much is still unknown but primary care physicians need education about evaluation and management with a symptom-based approach.

1 of 4

MTM Lecture Series: Part I

Medication Therapy Management (MTM) coupled with prevention and chronic disease management strategies are effective evidence-based activities to address critical public health concerns.

2 of 4

MTM Lecture Series: Part 2

This 1-hour session is part 2 of a four-part series that was created to enhance the relationship of primary care physicians and pharmacists in the state of NJ.

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MTM Lecture Series: Part 3

This 1-hour session is part 3 of a four-part series that was created to enhance the relationship of primary care physicians and pharmacists in the state of NJ.

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MTM Lecture Series: Part 4

This 45-minute session is part of a series that was created to enhance the relationship of primary care physicians and pharmacists in the state of NJ.