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Online and virtual CME opportunities
With the cancellation of so many in-person activities, we are seeking to better support health care providers with their CME needs.
Towards that effort, we have transitioned all of our fall conferences to be virtual activities; have launched a new online library for on-demand access to CME opportunities; and developed our Travel-free CME series of free, weekly, live-streamed education.
Continuing Professional Development will be administering eight different virtual conferences between September 18 and December 11, including brand new events like When Things Go Wrong in the Outdoors and Pediatric GI for Primary Care, as well as the always popular Musculoskeletal Update for Primary Care, adapted this year to serve learners virtually.
Featured online library activity
The newest addition to CPD’s online CME library, Introduction to Telehealth is designed to provide a primer on telehealth services and what’s involved with the various aspects of telehealth. You will learn about advances in the field of telehealth, best practices for conducting a telehealth session, and also learn about important equity considerations for this modality of health care, with the opportunity to earn CME credit.
Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
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