MMA/Accredited Provider CME
Learn the Latest in Cannabis Medicine and Earn CME Credits at the CannMed Conference April 9-11 in Boston, MA
The CannMed 2017 Conference will be a gathering of the greatest minds in medical cannabis research, where they will discuss the work they are doing to better understand this remarkable plant and how their work will shape future cannabis regulations.
Physicians who are interested in the science of medical cannabis should come and listen to lectures given by medical cannabis experts, and leave with a 12-month subscription to TheAnswerPage’s comprehensive medical cannabis library. You can then earn up to 22.5 CME credits by studying just 15 of the many medical cannabis syllabus topics from TheAnswerPage’s extensive medical cannabis library. Also, you will receive content updates and new material during the 12-month period. You get all of this just by purchasing a conference ticket! Learn More
Location: Joseph B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School, 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston, MA 02115
MMA/MMS Online CME
Members of the Maine Medical Association are eligible to receive a 25% discount on all online CME courses offered by the Massachusetts Medical Society. The following tutorial includes a step-by-step guide for MMA members who would like to participate in this program.
- The MMA discount educational voucher code is MMACME11.
- If you have any questions about the registration or login process, please contact the MMS Continuing Education Department at (800) 322-2303, ext 7306 or email@example.com.
American Medical Association CME webcasts
Free webinars are now available to members through the American Medical Association Organized Medical Staff Section (OMSS). Access webcasts 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and earn valuable AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. These activities are designed for medical staff leaders (e.g., chiefs of staffs, medical staff presidents, medical directors and medical staff members), physicians interested in leadership issues, medical staff service professionals and medical staff legal counsel.
Cancer Risk Assessment, Testing, and Management
The Jackson Laboratory
This free, online CME program helps build the primary care provider's skills in identifying and managing individuals at increased risk of cancer based on family health historu and genetic resting results.
The library consists of ten 15-minute modules. Each module demonstrates best practices and allows you to practice quick, easy approaches to using cancer family history and genetic testing in practice.
- Collecting Family History
- Identifying Red Flags
- Categorizing Cancer Risk
- Using Family History to Inform Management
- Pre-test Decisions & Counseling
- Interpreting Genetic Test Results
- Genetic Testing Technology
- Genetic Testing Process
- Genetic Testing for Colorectal Cancer Risk
Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer Risk