For Health Professionals

CME Course Information

The South Carolina Medical Licensing Board requires:

40 hours every two years with two (2) hours of which may be related to approved procedures of prescribing and monitoring controlled substances listed in Schedules II, III, and IV of the schedules provided for in Sections 44-53-210, 44- 53-230, 44-53-250, and 44-53-270, and must be received from a statewide organization recognized by the ACCME to recognize and accredit organizations in South Carolina offering continuing medical education or from a statewide organization approved to provide continuing medical education by its national organization which is accredited by the ACCME. Each renewal form submitted pursuant to Section 40-47-41 must include a certificate of participation with the prescribing and monitoring education requirement issued by the organization from which the education was received.

Follow the links below to register for these CME programs:

Opioid Management

  • The South Carolina Medical Licensure Program is designed to satisfy the mandatory CME requirements mandated by the South Carolina Board of Medical Examiners. This tailored curriculum of CME is customized for South Carolina physicians to satisfy the mandatory 2 hours of CME relating to prescribing and monitoring controlled substances listed in Schedules II, III, and IV {South Carolina Code §40-47-40(2)(a)}. For more information, visit www.sc.cme.edu.

Antibiotic Stewardship

Infection Prevention/Hand Hygiene: (Any healthcare worker can take this course)

  • Infection Control/Exposure Control Issues for Oral Healthcare Workers – Under Professional Education – Free Continuing Education – Search – Hand Hygiene
  • New FREE Continuing Education from MMWR and Medscape
    Vital Signs: Zika - Associated Birth Defects and Neurodevelopmental Abnormalities Possibly Associated With Congenital Zika Virus Infection — US Territories and Freely Associated States, 2018
    CDC’s MMWR and Medscape are proud to introduce a new FREE continuing education (CE) activity. Clinicians will become aware of the frequency and type of birth defects and neurodevelopmental abnormalities seen among children born to mothers with laboratory evidence of possible Zika virus infection. This activity is intended for obstetricians/ gynecologists, infectious disease clinicians, neurologists, nurses, pediatricians, psychiatrists, public health officials, and other clinicians caring for children born to mothers exposed to Zika virus during pregnancy.

    To access this FREE MMWR / Medscape CE activity visit https://www.medscape.org/viewarticle/901873. If you are not a registered user on Medscape, you may register for free or login without a password and get unlimited access to all continuing education activities and other Medscape features.

South Carolina Medical Association (SCMA)

 Harvard Medical School Global Academy

 IHI (Institute for Healthcare Improvement)

 Roper St. Francis Regularly Scheduled CME Series

 Other Online CME Courses

 

Yearly Meetings and Symposiums

 

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For more information, please contact the CME office at (843) 958-1267 or email Kara.Melin@rsfh.com

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