Continuing Medical Education

    CME Resources

    End of Life:

    "The New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners requires 100 continuing medical education credits, of which at least 40 of such credits shall be in Category I. Commencing with this biennial renewal period which started on July 1, 2013, two of the 40 credits in Category 1 courses shall, pursuant to P.L. 2011, c. 145 (C.45:9-7.7), be in programs or topics related to End-of Life care."

    Free Online Course on End of Life Care

    Meets NJ BME education requirement for two Category 1 Credits in End of Life Care needed for license renewal. 

    Please note: If you have already taken this course to satisfy your 2015 license renewal, you will not be able to earn credits once again. Please check back for other available resources. 

    Members access here.

    More End of Life Online Courses

    MSNJ has also made arrangements with an on-line resource (Education in Palliative and End-of-life Care) for you to obtain the credits needed via long distance learning - and at a 15% discount to members. MSNJ members, please click here to obtain the promo code.

    The following modules are thought to meet the requirements. Each module is designated for 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ (cost to MSNJ members about $25.50 per credit)

    • Gaps and Elements of Care
    • Legal Issues
    • Whole Patient Assessment
    • Physician Assisted Suicide
    • Last Hours of Living
    • Withholding/Withdrawing Treatment
    • Medical Futility

    Choose two that meet your needs!

    Opioid:

    FREE Online Modules and Archived Webinars

    FREE Enduring Material:

    Online CME:

    • CMEList.com attempts to coordinate websites that offers online activities designated for AMA PRA Credit™. Currently, there are more than 325 sites listed with over 13,500 separate activities and approximately 26,000 hours of credit.
    • Medscape.org offers free CME for all specialties.
    • Chronic Kidney Disease: Free Online CME Activity and Companion Patient Education

    Phosphate binders are a primary means of controlling serum phosphorus, which is associated with a variety of CKD-related disorders, including systemic mineral and bone disorder (CKD-MBD).  The range of available phosphate binders has expanded significantly in recent years with the introduction of novel therapies that have added benefits in terms of efficacy and safety.   Indeed, calcium-based phosphate binders and non–calcium-containing phosphate binders have important differential effects on vascular and bone health, as well as on the potential mortality of patients with CKD.  It is important that clinicians who manage patients with CKD be aware of the appropriate use of these agents in order to optimize treatment outcomes.

    Physician module: Translating Clinical Data into Nephrology Practice in the Management of Hyperphosphatemia

    Patient module: Managing Your Chronic Kidney Disease: Taking Control of Phosphorus

    Live CME:

    • Check with your hospital(s) or specialty society for scheduled CME activities.

    Remedial CME:

    • Case Western Reserve University conducts the following live activities: 
      • Intensive Course in Medical Ethics, Boundaries & Professionalism - 2016 & 2017
      • Intensive Course in Medical Documentation: Clinical, Legal and Economic Implications for Healthcare Providers - 2016 & 2017
      • Intensive Course in Managing Difficult Communications in Medical Practice: Controlling Anger, Avoiding Outbursts, Communicating Appropriately - 2016 & 2017
      • Intensive Course in Controlled Substance Prescribing: Pain, Anxiety, Insomnia- 2016 & 2017
      • Intensive Course in Buprenorphine - 2016 & 2017

    Please contact Case Western Reserve University for more information 1-216-983-1239.


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