Family Medicine Board Review Resources: Maintenance of Certification (MOC)
In 2006 the owners of familypractice.com decided to discontinue the site and the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) acquired the domain name and certain licensing rights. After deliberation the AAFP chose not to operate familypractice.com as an independent site but rather to enhance the offerings on aafp.org with expanded board-review resources, including a collection of board review questions and digital/online board review packages.
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Frequently asked questions about familypractice.com
- Why did the owners of familypractice.com discontinue the site?
- Where can I find board review questions?
- What other board review resources does the AAFP offer?
- If I'm not already a member of AAFP, how can I join?
- What happened to my familypractice.com CME credits?
- What happened to the website I had with familypractice.com?
- What if I still have questions?
Why did the owners of familypractice.com discontinue
The owners determined that the website no longer fit with their strategy. The AAFP acquired the domain name and certain licensing rights. The AAFP choose not to operate familypractice.com as an independent site but rather to enhance the offerings on aafp.org to include expanded board-review resources, including a collection of board review questions.
What board review resources does the AAFP
The AAFP offers a variety of board review resources, including board review courses, online board review questions and CME self-study materials, as well as many CME opportunities to help family physicians stay current on the full spectrum of family medicine.
If I'm not already a member of AAFP, how can I
Visit aafp.org/membership to find out if you qualify and to learn about the benefits of membership.
What happened to my familypractice.com CME
All CME credits that you earned at familypractice.com through July 31, 2006 were submitted to the appropriate professional association. When familypractice.com ceased operating, user accounts were terminated. These accounts were not part of the transfer to the AAFP. However, AAFP members can check their AAFP CME record online at My CME Record or call AAFP CME Records (800-274-8043) to confirm that the credits earned via familypractice.com were added to their record.
What happened to the website I had with
When familypractice.com ceased operating, user web sites were terminated. However, the AAFP offers websites to its members through a partnership with Intuit Health, the nation's leading provider of physician web sites and secure patient-to-physician communication applications. Learn about AAFP member web sites.