Need to earn CME credits quickly?

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Need to earn CME credits quickly?

Continuing Medical Education

Physicians are required to participate in Continuing Medical Education (CME) to help maintain competence and learn about new areas of their field.  

Need to earn CME credits quickly?  Let us help you save some time.  We understand that earning CME is typically set aside until the deadline is about to happen.  We’ve compiled a list of quick ways to earn CME credits including a resource for tracking.

www.medscape.org
Medscape offers specialists, primary care physicians, and other health professionals the Web's most robust and integrated medical information and educational tools. After a simple, 1-time, free registration, Medscape automatically delivers to you a personalized specialty site that best fits your registration profile.

www.freecme.com
freeCME.com has provided the broadest range of free continuing education available for more than a decade. Healthcare professionals come to us knowing they will find activities that consistently meet their continuing education requirements. Our easy-to-use web portal makes finding courses and tracking required credits simple and seamless.

www.cmelist.com
CMEList.com was started in 1995 as an attempt to list and describe every web site that offered AMA-approved CME online. At its peak, around 2009, we had over 325 sites listed. These sites offered over 16,000 separate activities and over 26,000 hours of credit. CMEList.com received no compensation for listing CME activities; sites were listed by specialty order and alphabetically within specialty.

www.mycme.com
myCME is the online hub for digital CME and CE courses developed by Haymarket Medical Education, a division of Haymarket Media Inc. Offers highly credible, rigorous, certified CME/CE programs through ACCME-accredited providers, for health professionals across the full spectrum of medical specialties.

www.doximity.com
Doximity DocNews provides custom-curated news and an easy way to earn Category 1 CME at no cost. Simply read and submit CME-eligible articles for free.

www.scmedical.org/content/mycmehome
South Carolina Medical Association - MyCME is a collaborative website that allows medical professionals to take CME courses. SCMA Members may also use it to manage and track their CME activities.

We hope you find these resources useful.

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