|Online CME Courses|
MUSC Online Grand Rounds for Continuing Medical Education
MUSC CME Office is pleased to make online grand rounds available to physicians. Follow the instructions provided on the link to register and select grand rounds courses for CME credit. Courses can be completed at your convenience and one CME credit will be issued following completion of the post test.
Obesity and weight-related disease
Click on the link above for the many online CME enduring materials available regarding obesity and weight-related diseases.
TIDE- Teaching Immunization Delivery and Evaluation
TIDE is a group of highly interactive, case-based modules. It is designed to help clinicians learn to store, give, and communicate about immunizations with technical excellence. CE is available at no charge.
A Gap Analysis of Community-Based HIV Management in the South: Limitations of Risk-Based Screening, Breaks in the Care Continuum, and Barriers to Workforce Expansion
This activity is jointly provided by the Southeastern CME Consortium (the University of Virginia School of Medicine, the Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University, and the Medical University of South Carolina) and Med-IQ and was developed in collaboration with HealthHIV. This activity has been approved for 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. It expires on July 30, 2015.
Online CME addresses opioid complexities
The American Medical Association has substantially revised its comprehensive, 12-module web-based continuing medical education course on pain management. The content is free to everyone. The CME has been certified for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ available to physicians who complete the training and pay a fee of $6 per module.
Progressnotes is the quarterly magazine of the Medical University of South Carolina. Its mission is to keep physicians abreast of the latest clinical and scientific innovations through engaging and scientifically sophisticated prose. Each issue of Progressnotes offers one CME-eligible along with a sister telepresentation on a related subject through the South Carolina Area Health Education Consortium’s SCHOOLS program. The telepresentation is typically scheduled within a month or so of the article’s publication, recorded as enduring CME, and made available here.