CME Courses

Continuing Medical Education (CME) courses & exams with CME credits

The Way I See it… Challenges of Sports Medicine: Learn what the experts do as team physicians in sports medicine. Benefit from the inside story – what you need to know about being a team physician. Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA shares his experience and views, the way he sees it. Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA, Moderator

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The 1st Dubai Shoulder course comes to the wide audience here in the U.A.E. and the Region. Topics covered from latest technological advances made in the field to evidence cased research related to shoulder care. This conference will be held by world renowned surgeons & experts in the field. The Dubai Shoulder Course Event will be held at The Event Centre, Dubai Festival City from 22nd to 24th September, 2016.  

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On behalf of The American Journal of Orthopedics and our fellow faculty, we invite you to join us for Innovative Techniques: The Knee Course October 22-24, 2016 at Aria, Las Vegas Innovative Techniques: The Knee Course will consist of lectures, panel discussions, debates, and video presentations by our faculty of national renowned orthopedic surgeons who will present the latest techniques in treating knee conditions, from nonoperative regimens to arthroscopy to arthroplasty.

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Each Subspecialty CME Activity is 10 questions based on articles published in The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery within the past 12-18 months. The activity may be used for review, without payment. CME credits:       Maximum of 5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™  Expiration:         One year after the exam is posted online. Price:                 $50

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Each Subspecialty CME Activity is 10 questions based on articles published in The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery within the past 12-18 months. The activity may be used for review, without payment. CME credits:       Maximum of 5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™  Expiration:         One year after the exam is posted online. Price:                 $50

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Each Subspecialty CME Activity is 10 questions based on articles published in The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery within the past 12-18 months. The activity may be used for review, without payment. CME credits:       Maximum of 5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™  Expiration:         One year after the exam is posted online. Price:                 $50  

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Each Subspecialty CME Activity is 10 questions based on articles published in The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery within the past 12-18 months. The activity may be used for review, without payment. CME credits:       Maximum of 5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™  Expiration:         One year after the exam is posted online. Price:                 $50

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Each Subspecialty CME Activity is 10 questions based on articles published in The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery within the past 12-18 months. The activity may be used for review, without payment. CME credits:       Maximum of 5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™  Expiration:         One year after the exam is posted online. Price:                 $50    

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This Continuing Medical Education activity is 10 questions based on articles published in The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery. Activities are available until 10/1/2016 If the activity is to be used for CME credit, the score required to pass the exam is 70%. These Subspecialty CME activities consist of four elements: Reading The Journal with sufficient thoroughness to understand the major conclusions presented in the articles Passing an examination to evaluate the thoroughness of your understanding of the Journal's contents Reviewing the post-examination explanations of the preferred answers Completing the evaluation form These activities may be used for study only, or may be submitted for credit. Payment will be required if credit is requested.  

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This exam is 50 questions, based on articles published in The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, July-September 2015.   Date of Expiration: 10/15/2016   If the activity is to be used for CME credit, the score required to pass the exam is 70%. These Quarterly CME activities consist of four elements: Reading The Journal with sufficient thoroughness to understand the major conclusions presented in the articles Passing an examination to evaluate the thoroughness of your understanding of the Journal's contents Reviewing the post-examination explanations of the preferred answers Completing the evaluation form These activities may be used for study only, or may be submitted for credit. Payment will be required if credit is requested.

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