CME Committee

Recommend individuals to be course chairs for AAFPRS Foundation educational activities. These can be submitted on an ongoing basis, but the committee will receive a formal request for course chair recommendations each year. The ultimate decision is made by either the current or incoming AAFPRS President with input from AAFPRS leadership. Help ensure that AAFPRS Foundation educational activities offer high-quality, cutting-edge content and adhere to ACCME Guidelines. Periodically review the clinical and business education programs for AAFPRS Foundation in-person conferences and virtual events making recommendations for improvements potential enhancements or topics that should be considered for future (if applicable.) Review posters (on site or virtually) and serve as judges for the outstanding poster awards (Annual Meeting.) Alert the AAFPRS staff or course chairs of any perceived conflicts of interest or commercial bias from the conference faculty when attending in-person events and/or virtual/online events and presentations. If requested by the CONNECT Committee, review videos to determine suitability for CME credit. Review disclosures for AAFPRS Foundation meetings prior to the event to identify any potential conflicts of interest or issue that may impact ACCME compliance. Review pre-recorded presentation videos and any presentation slides to ensure suitability and adherence to ACCME guidelines (virtual meetings).