Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Credits are an essential part of professional development.

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34 hours of UK specific CPD credits have been applied for the AFMCP™UK 2021 course.

Non UK based practitioners

If you are planning to attend from the USA/EU or other countries than the UK please discuss with your national registering body if they are prepared to accept a cross transfer of self-accredited CPD credits and or the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT). Please note that: AMA PRA Category 1 credit is not available for AFMCP™-UK.

CPD Credits are provided from:

  • Self-Accreditation from the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.
  • The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT).
  • The Naturopathic Nutrition Association (NNA).
  • Nutritional Therapists of Ireland (NTOI).
  • Others, as required, will be considered.

The Royal Colleges of Physicians approve external CPD events for post-training physicians.

External events are defined as educational events which are targeted towards physicians from multiple hospitals and trusts. External events may be regional, national or international in character.

Medical Drs: The Royal College of Physicians have recommended that medical Drs attending the AFMCP™-UK training claim the hours attended as ‘Self-Accreditation’ They may record a maximum CPD educational activity of 34 credits. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.

Medical Drs: Under the CPD guidelines issued by the academy, 1 credit per hour attended may be applied to your annual CPD educational activities requirements. Attendees utilising their respective royal colleges CPD mechanism will record this event under ‘Self-Accreditation’ and ensure that as per usual they complete the requirements to describe the relevant activities for their clinical life and their reflective learning assessments are recorded.

DCs, and DOs: For Osteopaths and Chiropractors in the UK and EU the need for external accreditation will be determined by your registering body. Please check with them as to which CPD credit you can use. You will be able to claim 34 hours of CPD.

The Position in the UK and Europe

  • Nutritional Therapists: The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT) is the professional body for Nutritional Therapists. 34 CPD Credits have been approved. Additional credits may also be logged by attending the optional sections.
  • Ireland: CPD Credits have been applied for from the Nutritional Therapists of Ireland (NTOI).
  • Naturopaths: Please contact your own registering board to ascertain if these recognising authorities are compatible.
  • Nursing Professionals: Please contact your own registering board to ascertain if these recognising authorities are compatible

Do Not Recognise These?

If you are seeking approval for CPD credits from your own professional organisation and you are unsure about the status of these awarding bodies in relation to your own CPD/CME requirements, please contact your own professional bodies in the first instance and if required please ask them to contact us for additional information.

AFMCP™ Graduate Badge

Upon successful completion of the AFMCP™ training, delegates are naturally keen that their colleagues and patients should be aware of their enhanced functional medicine skills.

IFM™ has agreed to the use of a specific location and year issued graduate badge, subject to the signing of the IFM™ badge usage contract, for display on your letterheads, web sites and business cards.

The example to the left shows you the chosen design and all that remains now is for you to attend and complete the course, sign the contract and place the badge in a prominent position.

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