Johns Hopkins CME Courses

The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine offers a wide variety of CME courses through its Office of Continuing Medical Education (OCME). Producing current clinical and research information in educational formats, Hopkins CME courses allow participants to expand their knowledge base, acquire new skills, and impact clinical outcomes for their patients.

A few of the courses offered include:

General Surgery CME Online Bundle - Comprehensive Review

Administrative Editor, Pamela A Lipsett, MD, FACS, FCCM, MHPE
Professor of Surgery, Anesthesiology, Critical Care Medicine, and Nursing
Warfield M. Firor Endowed Professorship
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Internal Medicine CME Online Bundle

Administrative Editor, Redonda G. Miller, MD, MBA
Vice President, Medical Affairs Johns Hopkins Hospital
Associate Professor of Medicine
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

OB/GYN CME Online Bundle with Comprehensive Review

Administrative Editor, Harold E. Fox, MD
University Distinguished Service Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics and Director Emeritus Gynecology and Obstetrics
Johns Hopkins University

The course on Computed Body Tomography is organized by the Johns Hopkins radiology department, with Elliot K. Fishman, MD, FACR directing. This CME course focuses on chest and abdomen CT imaging, and gives 19.25 category 1 CME credits.

Dr. Elizabeth Montgomery, MD of the Johns Hopkins Department of Pathology directs the Comprehensive Review of Soft Tissue Pathology course offered through Oakstone. The primary goal is to review the identification and pathophysiology of both rare and common soft tissue tumors. The course provides 13 CME credits.

Robert Anders, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Pathology, directs the Johns Hopkins clinical update on GI and liver pathology. The course offers 10.25 category 1 CME credits, and provides an authoritative review of the latest approaches to the interpretation of gastrointestinal and liver surgical and pathological specimens.

Harvard Medical School CME courses provide a variety of Continuing Medical Education opportunities as well. Internet is necessary for online enrollment, and high-speed access is recommended.

There are a variety of online CME courses offered through training hospitals and med schools, as well as through pharmaceutical companies and medical device makers. Medscape is another source for online CME courses.

Free CME online courses can be found through PRIME. These courses are divided into various specialty practice categories. And most meet requirements for licensing renewals. These CME courses are free and are provided without commercial support.

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