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Online Courses

Please note: On December 14 at noon CST, stfm.org will undergo site maintenance in preparation for the launch of our new website on Monday, December 17. Access to courses may be limited from December 14–16. Full access will be restored Monday, December 17.

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Advocacy Course

Take this free course and learn to educate legislators on the value of primary care, and encourage them to support expansion of a well-trained family medicine workforce. This course, which takes less than an hour to complete, provides skills and practical strategies for advocating locally and nationally.

Aquifer Family Medicine

Aquifer Family Medicine (formerly fmCASES) is set of online, virtual patient cases that lead medical students through the full breadth and depth of family medicine. These cases build clinical competency, fill educational gaps, and help instill the core values and attitudes of family medicine. They foster self-directed and independent study, build clinical problem-solving skills, and teach an evidence-based, patient-centered approach to care. The virtual patient cases encompass the learning objectives of the STFM National Clerkship Curriculum.

Leading Change Course

Learn to lead change in your institution, within your community, and nationally. The Leading Change Course covers how to assess the need for change, develop a plan for change, and provide successful change leadership. This free online course will take about 3 hours to complete. 

Residency Faculty Fundamentals

This new certificate program includes self-led courses with assignments to provide foundational training for residency faculty. 

Smiles for Life

Smiles for Life is the nation’s only comprehensive oral health curriculum. The online and downloadable curriculum emphasizes the role of primary care clinicians in the promotion of oral health.

Webinars

Participate in a live event or view a webinar recording. Topics include advocacy, careers in academic medicine, and precepting. 

Questions?

If you have any questions about the courses or need help accessing them, e-mail Brian Hischier.


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