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 and Public 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).
A Speakers Bureau is also available to help identify and obtain a UT Southwestern faculty member for lectures and presentations in an extensive number of medically related areas.
Learn more about the Office of Continuing Medical and Public Education at UT Southwestern.
The Office of Continuing Medical & Public Education is pleased to offer timely educational topics to begin to address some of the primary care providers’ greatest concerns with delivery service transformation. To address these issues, the first 4 of several FREE accredited continuing medical education (CME) programs are available now.
- Screening and Monitoring: Depression as the 6th Vital Sign*
- Major Depressive Disorder: A Measurement Based Approach
- The Patient-Centered Medical Home: A Model for Health
- Population Health: Why Me? Why Now?
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