Continuing Medical Education

Part of UT Southwestern’s mission is to provide lifelong learning opportunities for health care professionals. Continuing medical education (CME) courses offered through UT Southwestern’s Office of Continuing Medical Education help us keep physicians, Ph.D.s, and allied health professionals at the leading edge of medicine.
 
Each year, thousands of health care professionals participate in activities provided by UT Southwestern’s CME Office such as seminars, workshops, teleconferences, and self-directed learning offerings, among others.
 
All activities adhere to the guidelines and standards of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).

Pending Activities

Please login or create an account to view your activities.

Using this website

Create an Account

Create your profile now and get access to your CME transcript and start enrolling into CME activities

  1. Select "Register" from the top-right corner of the homepage or go to https://cme.utsouthwestern.edu/user/register
  2. Enter the required information and select "Create new account"
  3. Check your e-mail for your password to complete registration

Password

To retrieve your EthosCE password:

  1. Go to https://cme.utsouthwestern.edu/user/password
  2. Enter your e-mail address and select "E-mail new password"
  3. Check your inbox for a "replacement login information" e-mail
  4. Access to your account will be included in the e-mail

Cell Phone Sign-in

Did you attend a Grand Rounds or Conference where the attendance is recorded through your phone or an online portal? Are your credits not showing up on your transcript? 

Please be aware that the number on your phone's caller I.D. or the number entered in the online portal must match with the number in the "mobile" tab of your EthosCE profile settings. To verify or enter the number:

  1. Go to https://cme.utsouthwestern.edu/user
  2. Select the "Edit" tab
  3. Select the "Mobile" tab
  4. Enter a number in the "phone number" field and save. Please do not use spaces or dashes.