From the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, these modules cover a wide range of topics including opioid treatment for chronic non cancer pain, obesity prevention, and webcasts of various Grand Rounds. Click here for the CDC Train Course Catalog. See the "Credit Type" tab on the left to select the type of CE that fits your needs.
Public Health Live
Disaster Health Core Curriculum
These Grand Rounds cover a range of Public Health topics. In the links below, scroll to “Continuing Education” section (right column) for the registration link, CDC Course Code, and CPE UAN. CDC Course Code: PHGR10.
Reducing complications of therapeutic blood transfusion in sickle cell disease:
More CE from the CDC can be found with their Training and Continuing Education Online search engine. Use the “CE type” dropdown list to select the type of CE that fits your needs.
Clinician Outreach and Communication Activity (COCA) Calls/Webinars
The ZOHU Call course number is 2962, and access code is onehealth2019
This series of video lectures reviews the current state of science as related to complementary medicine.
The Clinical Directors Network has a library of over 300 webcasts covering topics including chronic disease, mental health, women’s health, clinical research, public health, and more. Many of the webcasts are available for free CME credit.
Presented by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s Patient Safety Network, these text based case studies, focusing on patient safety issues, are available for free CME/CE.
CME from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, including modules on comparative effectiveness, quality and patient safety, and prevention/care management.
The DC Center for Rational Prescribing is a joint project of the DC Department of Health, the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health, and PharmedOut. Together, we are creating pharma-free Continuing Medical Education (CME) that are available free for DC health care professionals and at minimal cost for health care professionals outside of DC.
Please visit https://dchealth.dc.gov/dcrx for CME and other resources on rational prescribing.