|Continuing Medical Education|
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.
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)
Choose two that meet your needs!
FREE Online Modules and Archived Webinars
FREE Enduring Material:
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