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CME

The Duval County Medical Society (DCMS) provides its members with the benefits that consistently meet your professional needs. One example of this is providing DCMS members free Continuing Medical Education (CME) opportunities in the subject areas mandated by the State of Florida Board of Medicine to obtain and retain medical licensure. Physicians can now read the article and take the test online!

CME credit is provided at no charge for Duval County Medical Society members and NEFM Journal Subscribers. There is a fee for CME credit for non-members.Starting January 1, 2015 the fee will be $55 per CME.If you are not sure if you receive free CME, please contact Patti Ruscito at patti@dcmsonline.orgor 904.355.6561.

A minimum passing grade of 70% must be achieved. Only one re-take opportunity will be granted. A certificate of credit/completion will be emailed within four to six weeks of submission.

Click on the cover image of Northeast Florida Medicine to read the article. Take the test by clicking on the link below the image.

If you need more CME hours or don't see a topic here that fits your needs, check out our General CME page!

Do you know if you have enough CME hours for licensure renewal? Check out our Licensure Information page!

Chronic Kidney Disase - An Update- Link these to store products
(deadline June 1, 2018)
Chronic Kidney Disease - 1 CME Credit

Pediatric Hypertension
(deadline June 1, 2018)
Pediatric Hypertension - 1 CME Credit



Advance Care Planning: Infrastructure for Having the Conversation
(deadline Mar. 1, 2018)
Advance Care Planning - 1 CME Credit

Domestic Violence/ Intimate Partner Violence: Screening, Detection and Intervention
(deadline Mar. 1, 2018)
Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence - 2 CME Credits


 

The Role of a Primary Care Physician in the Management of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
(deadline Dec.1, 2017)
Primary Care Physician & the Management of IBD- 1 CME Credit


 



An Update on Pediatric HIV
(deadline Sept.1, 2017)
An Update on Pediatric HIV- 1 CME Credit


Wilms Tumor Outcomes at a Single Institution & Review of Current Management Recommendations
(deadline June1, 2017)
Wilms Tumor- 1 CME Credit




Prevention of Medical Errors: Root Causes & Strategies to Avoid Errors
(deadline March 1, 2017)
Prevention of Medical Errors - 2 CME Credits


Personalized Prostate Cancer Care
(deadline November1, 2016)
General EducationCredit - 1 CME credit


 

 

The DCMS would like to thank the St. Vincent's Medical Center Committee on CME for reviewing and accrediting this activity in compliance with the Accreditation Council on Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). Helena Karnani, MD, Chair of the CME Committee and Cindy Williamson, CME Coordinator, deserve special recognition for their work on behalf of DCMS.