Continuing Medical Education for Clinicians (CME for Clinicians) is a corporation founded by physicians and nurses who see the need for medical conferences to be presented in a manner better than currently exists today.

We will utilize teaching techniques and audiovisual presentations designed to capture your intellectual curiosity as a physician and person. In addition, live medicine in action (clinical demonstrations) will also supplement many lectures. 

Our vision is to produce a conference that will give you the information you need as a clinician (physician, nurse, physician assistant, other) to enhance and update your practice of safe and effective medicine. 

This is accomplished by the selection of lecturers who currently practice in their field of expertise and have ample experience as teachers. Each lecturer will in turn provide you with meaningful information about each topic: definition and review of basic sciences (pathophysiology), discussion of diagnostic method (specific lab studies, radiographic studies, physical exam findings), and dispersion of treatment protocols which we as specialists currently utilize. Finally, as possible each topic will be effectively summarized by a discussion of long term management of patients.

The goal of this conference will have been met if you, prompted by your own intellectual and personal enjoyment of the experience, are able to return to your clinical facility and implement what you have learned. Please give us your feedback.

Program Objectives
This course is designed for the clinician (physician, nurse practitioner, nurse, physician assistant, and resident physician) who sees patients in the emergency/clinic/urgent care setting.

The goal of this course is to present and discuss recent advances and key topics in medicine as they relate to the top causes of death in the USA, frequent reasons for seeing a physician in clinic or ER, and special topics that need frequent review because of recent changes in care.

Our faculty is composed of renowned experts in their specified clinical field who are also excellent lecturers/teachers. For a list of lecture specific learning objectives please contact us.

Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

• This activity has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 16.00 prescribed credits by the    American Academy of Family Physicians.
• Approved by the American College of Emergency Physicians for up to 16 hours of ACEP   Category 1 credit.
• Recommended for general internists, hospital internists and members of the American College of    Physicians.

This program has been planned and implemented in accordance with ACCME essentials and standards. In accordance with ACCME standards, any faculty and/or provider industry relationships will be disclosed and resolved.