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COVID-19 CME Credit

Physicians can earn CME credit through a free COVID-19 course or through patient care during the pandemic.

CME Credit for Work During Pandemic

Governor Whitmer issued Executive Order 2020-82 to recognize hours worked responding to the COVID-19 emergency from May 12, 2020 at 10:45 pm through June 9, 2020 at 11:59 pm.

To report your hours worked and earn AMA PRA Category 1 credit™:

CME Course

A free COVID-19 course is available to local/regional physicians, residents and other Allied Healthcare Providers. The course is eligible for CME credit.

Clinical Knowledge, Ethics, Epidemiology in Pandemics
Survey of clinical knowledge and principles of necessary sciences, epidemiology, economics, ethics, and public health policy required in primary and tertiary health care settings during pandemics for advanced medical students. On-line lecture, large group, and small group discussions, independent review of materials.

Topics:

  • What foundational information do I need about COVID-19?
  • How do I stay safe on the front lines?
  • How is COVID-19 testing done and is it accurate?
  • What is Coronavirus?
  • What can we learn from the 1918 influenza pandemic?
  • How will the economic impacts of this pandemic affect the delivery of health care?
  • What is the public health response to this pandemic?
  • What do I need to know about public health and mitigation strategies?
  • What are the macroeconomic effects of COVID-19?
  • How can I use surveillance data during this pandemic? What can I learn from international public health measures?
  • How can I use ethical principles in analyzing health policy during the pandemic?

Access the CME COVID-19 course

The course is accessible to anyone, not just those seeking CME credit. Please share with anyone who would benefit from this information.