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Help/FAQ Pages are changing!

The Authoring Tool Help/FAQ articles are moving to a new home. As a result, they may be down intermittently from now until February 28th as we work on this transition. Apologies for any inconvenience. Read More

New CME in COPD – A truly unique series of courses with a different approach!

Meet the Brannard Family Practice and observe their journey toward quality improvement in the treatment of COPD. Engage in this unique series where you are introduced to the Brannard Family Practice where they are dealing with pressure to be acquired into a larger hospital group, while trying to Read More

New Courses in Venous thromboembolism (VTE)

Provoked and Unprovoked VTE activities now available The goal of these activities is to provide both specialists (in vascular medicine and surgery, pulmonology, and hematology), primary providers (community-based cardiologists, primary care physicians, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, physician Read More

Reporting Tool URL has changed

If you are a regular user of the Reporting Tool, please note the URL has changed. Update or replace this if you've bookmarked it. https://reporting.realcme.com/pentaho/Login Read More

New DO IT BETTER courses – activities in Pain Management

New in our "Do It Better" courses: Pathways in Pain Management: Osteoarthritis and Chronic Lower Back Pain.    First, we have Pathways in Management: Effectively Addressing Osteoarthritis. This interactive activity presents patient scenarios dealing with osteoarthritis (OA). You Read More

Try different question types in your activities – Use a Multi-Dimensional Question (MDQ)

A Multi-Dimensional Question (or MDQ for short) presents learners with information followed by a series of statements to categorize into two columns. The column header names are customizable (i.e., Best Practice/Not Best Practice; Agree/Disagree). This is a great question type to use when you want Read More

New in CME: Cardiology – A two activity Atrial Fibrillation series

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common sustained cardiac arrhythmia, with a prevalence of 1%-2% in the US.1 Risk for AF increases with age – the lifetime risk for AF at age 40 years or older is 25% – and the presence of AF is associated with increased cardiovascular morbidity and mortality.2 Read More