Welcome to Campus

CAFP Campus is Your Resource for Continuing Medical Education

We are thrilled to welcome you to CAFP's Campus, your spot for clinical educational and professional development activities. On the Campus, you’ll find a wide variety of courses, tools, resources, and topics to meet your practice needs.


Your Online Learning Platform
Here you’ll find online activities available 24/7 on a range of topics from reproductive health to chronic low back pain, ACEs to osteoarthritis.

Spark: Our Online Community

SPARK is your connection to an incredible resource – more than 10,000 of your colleagues who share your challenges and successes as a family physician. SPARK gives you the opportunity to seek advice, exchange resources and build relationships with fellow California physicians.

If you need assistance with SPARK, visit here or email cafp@familydocs.org.


Report Your CME

Report Your CME

AAFP offers the convenience of reporting your CME credit online.

ACCME Accreditation with Commendation

The fields of medicine and science never stop moving forward—and neither should family physicians. Physicians are expected to deliver safe, effective, cost-effective, compassionate care, based on best practice and evidence. Accredited Continuing Medical Education (CME) helps make that happen.

Family physicians can count on accredited CME to provide a protected space to learn and teach without commercial influence. Participation in accredited CME helps physicians meet requirements for maintenance of licensure, maintenance of certification, credentialing, membership in professional societies, and other professional privileges.

CAFP has been recognized by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) as an exemplary provider of CME achieving Accreditation with Commendation since 2007. Only 21 percent of ACCME-accredited providers achieve accreditation with commendation. This six-year award recognizes the quality of the educational activities and the initiatives sponsored by the organization, which are intended to foster leadership, encourage collaboration with other stakeholders.  It recognizes excellence in integrating CME into efforts to improve professional practice and quality of care and exemplary adherence to the standards for accreditation.

Accredited organizations are responsible for demonstrating they meet all requirements for delivering independent CME that accelerates learning, change, and improvement in health care, including the standards for independent content and management of commercial support.  CAFP meets ACCME’s standards for commercial support, which means that all our education is free of commercial influence and bias.

Commercial support of education allows us to offer accredited education at a more reasonable cost to more health care professionals. All CME grants are given and accepted with the knowledge that a commercial company may not influence or control the content, speaker selection, or any other part of the CME activity in any way.

In addition, all faculty, speakers, planners and others with the potential to influence content must disclose any conflicts of interest which CAFP then manages and fully discloses to learners prior to participating in the education.

Campus/CME News

October 19, 2020
Participate in your region's ACEs Aware Peer-to-Peer Learning Sessions

We are proud to announce CAFP's new Peer-to-Peer Learning Initiative, Family Medicine Initiative on Trauma-Informed Care (FIT).  Funded by the Office of the California Surgeon General and the Department of Health Care Services ACEsAware Program, this initiative is designed to raise awareness about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). With our longitudinal patient relationships, family physicians have […]

October 16, 2020
California's ACEs Aware Initiative Trains Nearly 14,000 Health Care Providers in Trauma-Informed Care

Nearly 14,000 health care providers have completed the ACEs Aware initiative’s core training program, a key finding included in a data report released today by the Office of the California Surgeon General (CA-OSG) and Department of Health Care Services (DHCS). “Becoming ACEs Aware in California” trains health care providers to screen patients for Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and […]

September 30, 2020
The SDAFP 2020 Family Register Now for San Diego Academy of Family Physician's 63rd Annual Symposium 'Family Medicine Update 2020' on October 2-4!

San Diego Academy of Family Physicians [SDAFP] will be hosting their 63rd Annual Symposium ‘Family Medicine Update 2020’ on October 2–4, 2020. At the conclusion, participants should be able to: -Determine patients at risk for a particular medical condition in order to control or prevent further complications -Detect and provide treatment for a variety of disease states typically […]

September 30, 2020
Medi-Cal Rx Prescriber and Pharmacy Provider Registration and Training Outreach

DHCS continues to make significant progress towards a successful transition of pharmacy services on January 1, 2021 to Medi-Cal Rx. Medi-Cal Rx transitioning pharmacy services from Medi-Cal managed care to fee-for-service will, among other things: ·         Standardize the Medi-Cal pharmacy benefit statewide, under one delivery system. ·         Improve access to pharmacy services with a pharmacy network that includes the […]

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