CME CREDIT QUESTIONS
How do I get my CME credit?
A CME evaluation survey link will be emailed out in the afternoon on Saturday, August 14. Complete the CME evaluation for each presentation you attend by Wednesday, August 18. Certificates will be sent via email by Tuesday, August 24.
Will you report this to AAFP for me?
Yes, TAFP will report all CME credits from this event to AAFP for members.
When will I get my CME?
Certificates will be sent via email by Tuesday, August 24.
Is this live credit or enduring materials?
Because our speakers are live via the Q&A feature or on the phone with us today answering questions, it is classified as a live CME event.
VIRTUAL EVENT PLATFORM QUESTIONS
How do I make the slides bigger?
We recommend watching this event on a laptop or desktop computer with a monitor to maximize your screen space. You can maximize the window by clicking the “full screen” icon in the bottom right corner.
How do I ask a question of the speaker?
You will find a Q&A and chat window to the right of the speaker’s photo available for interacting with your fellow attendees and the speakers. Your question can be directed to TAFP staff or the speaker and will be answered during the lecture or at the end.
The speakers will attempt to answer all questions in the Q&A box or live via audio at the end of their lecture. A copy of all answers will be emailed to attendees the week after the event.
How long will these lectures be available for me to watch?
The lectures will be available for playback on this site starting Monday morning. Because this CME event is not an enduring material and information can change quickly, they will be removed on September 17.
Where do I evaluate the speakers?
A CME evaluation survey link will be emailed to everyone on Saturday afternoon. Complete the evaluation for each presentation you participated in. You will receive CME credit for each evaluation you complete. If you have additional questions, TAFP staff are available at (512) 329-8666 ext. 0 during the live event.
Can I print this presentation?
Yes, the individual PowerPoint presentations are available as pdf files to download and print. On this virtual platform, click “Agenda” in the upper right-hand corner to see the schedule and download links next to each lecture title.