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The Department of Continuing Medical Education is dedicated to developing and sustaining the highest quality educational programs for physicians.
The Department of CME is committed to providing life-long learning opportunities that will facilitate physicians' efforts to maintain and improve professional competence and performance, renew and update skills, and acquire new knowledge to improve health-care outcomes.
CME credits can be earned a variety of ways. KCUMB provides several opportunities each year for osteopathic and allopathic medical doctors to complete CME credits.
Learn more about CME opportunities at KCUMB, upcoming sessions and registration details.
Learn more about our accreditation, sponsorship opportunities, program expectations and more.
The second annual William Legg, D.O., Sports Medicine Conference will include roundtable discussions, hands-on training,
case study and small group work.
Available through Dec. 17, 2014, earn up to two hours of AOA Category 1-A CME credits. Online CME addresses the prevalence, treatment and prevention of head trauma.
The 2013 Winter CME Clinical Update addressed common conditions and timely issues relevant to health-care professionals, particularly those in primary care.
The inaugural William Legg, D.O., Sports Medicine Conference was designed for athletic trainers, physical
therapists and physical therapy assistants, and was
sponsored by KCUMB in collaboration with Pinnacle Therapy Services.
The 2013 Bioethics Conference provided a forum for
addressing the salient ethical and humanistic issues healthcare workers
The Fall 2013 CME Scientific Seminar and Update in Clinical Medicine addressed common conditions and timely issues relevant to
health-care professionals, particularly those in primary care.
Earn 2 hours of AOA 1-A CME online
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