February 25, 2024 | 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm ET
Open to the first 30 members who register
Registration for the KSA is in conjunction with registration for the Annual Meeting & Winter Refresher
This activity focuses on diagnosing chronic pain syndromes in family medicine, identify pharmacologic appropriate therapy for specific conditions, including painful diabetic neuropathy, osteoarthritis, trigeminal neuralgia, and fibromyalgia, describe the use of active modalities such as exercise and physical therapy in the treatment of chronic pain, recommend appropriate pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic options for the treatment of functional chronic pain conditions, explain the indications, risks, and monitoring recommendations for long-term opioid pain medications
Medication Access and Training Expansion (MATE) Act – Individuals who need to self-report time spent training to fulfill the requirement should note that the ABFM Pain Medicine KSA has approximately two-thirds of the 60 total questions which address the topics of appropriate opioid prescribing, substance use disorders in those with concurrent pain, effective pain treatment planning, and substance misuse. The ABFM Pain Medicine KSA offers up to 8 credits of accredited CME. Hours reported should reflect the time spent in the activity.
The Maryland Academy of Family Physicians is excited to announce an American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM)-endorsed Family Medicine Certification knowledge self-assessment (KSA) group study focused on Pain Medicine. This program is limited to the first 30 members who register. Additional registrants after 30 will be placed on a wait list. Wait-listed registrants will be refunded in full if they do not get into the session.
Completion of this KSA will provide participants with 10 certification points towards their ABFM certification requirement. In addition, this activity has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 8 live Prescribed continuing medical education credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians.
Our main goal is to pass the exam, with an expert speaker offering assistance when questions arise.
First, questions will be displayed giving participants approximately 30 seconds to respond (time varies based on speed of participant response).
Next, results will be displayed and discussed.
Finally, answers will be submitted as a group and individuals will be credited for completion of the knowledge self-assessment, once evaluations have been submitted.
The MDAFP must receive notice of cancellation no later than 21 days prior to first day of the course. Requests for full cancellations will be refunded less a $50 administrative fee. Cancellations or no-shows after this date are not eligible for a refund.
Please allow up to four weeks for delivery of refund.
Fees will be refunded the same way they were paid to the MDAFP. This policy covers registration and ticketed events.
Mail: MDAFP, 210 Green Bay Road, Thiensville WI 53092
The MDAFP is not responsible for monies registrants may have spent on penalty or non-refundable airline or train tickets or hotel deposits in the event this course is canceled or sold out. Before purchasing your airline or train ticket make sure that you have received your registration and hotel confirmation. If a program is canceled by the MDAFP, every effort will be made to notify registrants at least 30 days prior to the first day of the course and registration fees will be refunded in full.