Last Updated: Sep 1, 2017
- American Academy of Family Physicans
The AAFP offers many live and home‑study CME opportunities. In addition, both AAFP journals (American Family Physician and Family Practice Management) offer CMEs (an average of 90 hrs/year for AFP and 20 hrs/year for FPM).
- AHC Media
Health care publisher AHC Media is responsible for the content of the continuing education courses it offers. Courses are free, but registration is required. Courses can be sorted by specialty and by accrediting body. Weekly e‑mail alerts about new offerings are available.
- CE Medicus
CE Medicus provides over 9,000 hours of free CME from multiple sources. Registration is required. The site's transcript service tracks earned credits, and opportunities for specialty credit are prominently displayed.
- Cleveland Clinc's Center for Continuing Education
The Cleveland Clinc's Center for Continuing Education sponsors or
jointly sponsors live CME courses, as well as other regularly scheduled activities. Participants may choose among text‑based programs,web‑casts, and podcasts. Free registration is required to earn credits.
- Medscape Education
Medscape CME Today offeres more than 850 online CME activities. Coursesare free, but registration is required. Content can be browsed by specialty, and News CME is available. Many sessions award Academy of Family Physicians as well as American Medical Association credit.
- Up To Date CME
UpToDate CME allows you to earn CME/CE/CPD credit each time you research a clinical question. Save time and money by fulfilling your CME/CE/CPD requirement without leaving your office or home. Credits are offered at no additional cost. Click on the link at the Library's website and you will have to register to use this feature.
- Clinical Key
Clinical Key offers subscribers FREE Internet Point of Care CME credit for self-directed, structured, online learning. Physicians may earn 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit for each search conducted through ClinicalKey. The CME is provided by the Cleveland Clinic Center for Continuing Education.
- New England Journal of Medicine
The NEJM Review CME Program is a comprehensive home study program based on the most clinically relevant New England Journal of Medicine articles.
These 50-credit exams consist of board-style questions written to emphasize key issues from the most recent six-month volume of NEJM issues. The exams are offered in March and September
- Audio-Digest Foundation
Audio-Digest has compiled all of your state-mandate requirements in one-convenient package. You can listen to your audio CDs or MP3s at your convenience. All courses are AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ approved.
- Natural Medicines
Natural Medicines offers courses for multidisciplinary healthcare professionals. Students / other users may take courses for training purposes without generating credit certificates. Requirements differ based on discipline, license and location. If unsure, please contact your local agency. New users must create a personal profile.
- Children’s Mercy Hospitals and Clinics Grand Rounds Online
Free CME and CNE online from Children’s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics. Register, take the pretest, watch the Grand Rounds video, take the post-test, and print your CE certificate.
- Online Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Board Reviews
It is the intent of CMEList.com to describe every web site that offers AMA-approved CME online. At this time, we have over 325 sites listed. These sites offer over 13,500 separate activities and over 26,000 hours of credit.
- Harvard Medical School - Online CME
Harvard Medical School Department of Continuing Education Online CME is a tool enabling HMS Faculty to come to the homes and offices of health care professionals throughout the world, helping make the pursuit of life long learning accessible and affordable.
- National Comprehensive Cancer Network
Earn free CME/CE credit through our on-line, interactive learning center. NCCN CME/CE Programs are approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ and are also approved for nursing contact hours.
Comprehensive list of CMEs. Some free to students.
Registration, which is free, is required and once you receive a personal password you can attend any conference. All activities of the Cyberounds® CME program are planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through joint sponsorship of Albert Einstein College of Medicine and interMDnet corporation. Albert Einstein College of Medicine is accredited by the ACCM.