This page includes links to relevant health care sites. Please contact the Missouri Academy if you find any inactive links or have suggestions for inclusion.


Visit the MAFP Job Board for career opportunities and resources. 

Physician First Campaign

AAFP – COVID-19 Physician Well-being


Register here for the St. Louis County Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
Users must create an account before registering and  will be asked to upload one of the following:

  • License
  • Employer-issued ID
  • Employment verification letter

PDMP Checklist

Questions? Please contact AWARxE/Appriss Technical Support at 1-844-947-8526 with any questions or concerns about navigating the system. Technical Support is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Please contact the St. Louis County PDMP Coordinator at or 314-615-0522 with any questions.

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Resources

Here are some resources that you will find helpful in communicating with and caring for your patients:

50 Things to Know About FASD
Alcohol Misuse | AAFP
Alcohol Misuse – Clinical Preventive Service Recommendation | AAFP
Substance Use Disorders: Policy | AAFP
FPM supplement alcohol screening
FPM supplement incorporating alcohol screening into practice
FASD Brochure
FASD Poster Alcohol-Free Pregnancy
FASD Poster Alcohol-Free Pregnancy (2)
FASD Poster-Pregnancy and Alcohol Don’t Mix

Missouri Academy Partners

Ask & Act Tobacco Cessation Program
Core Content Review

State of Missouri Departments

Missouri Board of Healing Arts
Missouri Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
Missouri Department of Health and Human Services
Missouri Department of Insurance
Missouri Department of Mental Health
Missouri Department of Social Services
MO HealthNet


Missouri Senate
Missouri House of Representatives
U.S. Senate
U.S. House of Representatives

Federal Departments

BNDD – Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
CDC – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
CMS – U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
DEA – U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration
NIH – National Institute of Health, Office of Dietary Supplements