Returning to School
CLICK HERE to listen to leaders from the FAFP and the FL Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics discuss how family physicians and pediatricians can help families make the right decisions in terms of whether returning to school in-person is appropriate and, if so, how to keep them safe and healthy regardless of their learning environment. This webinar focused on science and quality patient care, not politics, with the presenters addressing several important topics such as how parents can keep their children safe and healthy in virtual or in-person learning environments (e.g., masks, distancing, vaccinations, exercise, nutrition etc.). One popular resource is a "Return to School Checklist" which is provided below in English and Spanish.
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A family physician's effectiveness is dependent upon sounds, up-to-date, CME. That is why the FAFP requires all of its members to complete a minimum of 150 hours and 12 Florida Prescribed continuing education every three years.
The FFM-PAC solicits voluntary contributions from family physicians and others who support Florida's family physicians to research, select and support the election of candidates who will legislatively advocate for the medical profession.