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CME Opportunities: Find HSLS Resources Containing CME Opportunities

HSLS Resources Containing CME Opportunities

CME (Continuing Medical Education) opportunities are available in many HSLS Resources. Some CME opportunities are free to you when they are packaged as part of the resource. Other CME opportunities may be fee-based and are provided as an additional service of that HSLS Resource. All CME opportunities require you to register or login by creating your own resource account.

Free HSLS CME resources include:

  • ClinicalKey CME
  • CardioSourcePlus Online Learning Catalog and MOC
  • HSLS electronic journals:
  • Henry Stuart Talks Biomedical and Life Sciences Collection. Earn CME/CPD credits when watching the audio visual presentations. 
    • Earning CME/CPD credit
       Enter the homepage of The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection.
       Register for a personal HSTalks account
       Once you are logged in with your account select 'Filter'  then tab "Accreditation", select either All, CME or CPD.
        Once you click on the talk title, use the  "Earn CME or CPD credit " icon. 
      • Complete and pass the relevant quiz by attaining a minimum score of 70%.
      • Complete and submit the brief Activity Evaluation form.
      • Your CME/CPD Certificate will be available for download.
  • McGraw Hill's "MY Accessallow users to research a topic and receive credit for their research in the platforms of AccessMedicine, AccessPharmacyAccessSurgery See: For details see McGraw Hill User Services video "CME." 
  • Natural Medicines CE/CME Center Clinical Management Series (practical evidence-based information on using natural medicines for specific conditions and other topics)  and Monograph Based Course series features evidence-based CE/CME on safety and effectiveness of natural medicine ingredients.
  • UpToDate: Obtaining CME/CE/CPD Credit

Free CME resources from the University of Pittsburgh/UPMC (not from HSLS): 

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