CME now available on demand

Dr. Maria RamundoHow many times have you wanted to attend a continuing medical education program, but scheduling conflicts, patient demands or other factors made it difficult for you to get away?

To help busy doctors participate in available CME programming, Akron Children’s now offers a select number of activities online and on demand.

These enduring materials make it easier for you to earn CME credit or learn more about topics of interest when you’re unable to attend in person. That means you can earn CME from the comfort of your home or office.

Dr. Doug Moses

Dr. Doug Moses

Following each presentation, you must complete an online knowledge-based exam and activity evaluation form to receive CME credit. A CME account is easy to set up with an email address and password. However, you don’t have to log in to view enduring materials if you’re not interested in credit.

“We are offering select Grand Rounds sessions as enduring materials, but plan to make other CME programming available as the program grows,” said Douglas Moses, MD, director of continuing medical education at Akron Children’s Hospital. “During this initial phase, we hope to receive valuable feedback that will help make enduring materials an integral part of our CME offerings.”

For more information or to watch available programs, visit akronchildrens.org/enduring-materials/. Bookmark this site and check back often as new enduring materials are added.

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