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Taking Stock of Women’s Health in the US

Women’s health topics are at the forefront of the conversation about healthcare access and quality in the US. And with good reason. Dedicated practitioners and administrators may make the US health system among the best in the world but its benefits still fail to reach millions of women annually. The…
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What CME Accreditation Means for Clinicians Earning Credit

Quality continuing medical education, whether it be delivered online or in person, should be an effective teaching tool, designed by medical experts to contain up-to-date information practitioners can implement immediately. While these criteria signal a CME activity is of value to the learner, it is not a complete picture of…
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The Role of Professional Medical Organizations in CME

Professional medical associations like the AMA work in conjunction with continuing medical education organizations and providers to serve medical professionals and the public at large. These groups work to promote high standards of professional and ethical conduct, represent their members in matters of public interest, and generally aim to be…
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How Theories of Learning Underpin Continuing Education Programs

Exciting advancements are being made in the continuing and professional education industries. This is especially true with the application of new technologies driving a veritable revolution in patient care. The injection of digestible performance metrics, personalization and AI into learning environments has the potential to improve learner engagement and performance.…
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Got Questions? We Have Answers! FAQs

Q. How many CMEs are approved for this course? A. Most live conferences are approved for 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM. Please check the individual event page for continuing medical education credit details. Q. What is the typical schedule for a five-day course? A. Our 5-day medical seminars…
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Interview with Rick Scott – Why CME Seminars?

In a recent interview with Rick Scott, CEO of CME Seminars, we learned how this company is different. It has been designed for busy medical professionals from the start. Q. How did you become interested in continuing medical education? A. With a background in finance and operations, I was asked…
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