neworleans6234

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Hi all -
How do you go about getting your CMEs? ABR website says 75 CME in 3 years, 25 of which are SAMs. I'm clear on the fact that if you go to a meeting and take the questions on your cell phone for the SAM sessions, you're good.

What I'm confused about is how to use literature review as CME. Ie. can you use the Doximity CME (they all have this pink ribbon designation) offerings (ie. reading papers/articles that are emailed to you) as Rad Onc CME credit? How do you keep track of this? Do you just print the article and keep it on file in case you have an audit? How do you know how much CME credit one paper gives you?

Thanks!
 

radiaterMike

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you can get CME credit from Doximity, Medscape, meetings, grand rounds, journal articles, online courses, etc ... but you need to have a certificate that shows your credits. Doximity somehow keeps track of what you read and awards credits based on that. You should check with your state to see what their CME requirements are
 

medgator

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Free Sa cme if you don't want to pay up at Astro