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Earn CME Credits in Just 15-30 Minutes

Enhance your practice and earn valuable CME credits quickly. RapidCME’s digital library offers free interactive CME and CPE activities for health care professionals. Available in several convenient formats across a variety of therapeutic areas, the RapidCME open-access CME library is growing daily so be sure to stop by often.

Please note that all of our activities are open to the public; however, in order to earn CME credit, you must register with us.


CliniCasts
Video webcasts with slides provide the latest information on medical or surgical techniques, diagnostic tools, treatment algorithms, and more.
  • Application of New Clinical Data for AMD, DR, and DME to Your PracticeCME

    In this CME activity, retina experts Lisa C. Olmos de Koo, MD, MBA, and Judy E. Kim, MD, address important clinical practice gaps related to diagnosis and management of age-related macular degeneration, diabetic macular edema, and diabetic retinopathy; applying new clinical data to your practice; how modest changes in visual acuity affects quality of life; measuring effectiveness of anti-VEGF treatment in disease progression, and the appropriate use of currently available therapies.

  • Pathophysiology and Management of Mild to Moderate Pediatric Atopic DermatitisCE

    How will you help a 5-year-old boy with a 6-month history of itchy, erythematous scaly patches and fissures on both feet? In 30 minutes, learn 5 important facts that will help you more accurately diagnose and manage mild to moderate pediatric atopic dermatitis in this on-demand activity.

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CliniCases
Real-life patient scenarios that provide expert insights for physicians and other healthcare professionals. Earn fast CME credits and enhance your clinical knowledge and skills.
  • Coordinating Care in IBD: Diagnosis and Co-Management Strategies for Family Physicians

    How will you help EG, a female college student who has been experiencing diarrhea and abdominal pain for several months? In 30 minutes, learn more about how you can accurately diagnose and manage inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in this on-demand, case-based activity.

  • Listen, Look, and Learn From Your Patients: Diagnosing and Treating IBS-C

    KM has abdominal pain and constipation that interfere with her daily activities. In 30 minutes, learn more about how to effectively communicate with your patients to positively diagnose IBS-C and help them successfully manage its symptoms.

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CliniClips
Disease management protocols, therapies, clinical research updates and more, on audio clips with slides for medical education on the go. More CliniClips
CliniBriefs
Read up on new protocols and procedures within your medical specialty or see what clinicians are working on across dozens of therapeutic areas and medical specialties.
  • Patient Empowerment Strategies in MS

    This educational activity presents highlights and clinical pearls from a small-group, cased-based virtual series on strategies to improve patient engagement in multiple sclerosis (MS) care to optimize clinical benefit of available therapies. MS nurse practitioners, nurses, and others involved in MS care share their clinical insights on strategies to implement personalized care, patient empowerment, shared decision making, assessment of treatment effectiveness, and management of adverse events.

  • Major Depressive Disorder in the Primary Care Setting: Strategies to Achieve Remission and Recovery.

    The Supplement to The Journal of Family Practice, Major Depressive Disorder in the Primary Care Setting: Strategies to Achieve Remission and Recovery is available as a downloadable PDF on http://tinyurl.com/noffmzs. Please read before completing the CME post-activity survey and evaluation.

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