• The University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine – Continuing Medical Educational Programs. (website: une.edu/com/cme) This website provides a current listing of CME offerings in Maine and throughout New England. For more information on upcoming courses, contact the Department of Continuing Medical Education at cme@une.edu
  • AMA’s list of Educational activities approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ by topic or by format (i.e., Live activities, Online learning, Print, Journal CME)
  • Online CME; Library of the Health Sciences Electronic Gateway This website consists of a compilation of online CME providers, directories, and search engines. Sites are listed alphabetically by authoring organization, and special features of the sites (e.g., imaging or case-based interactive learning modules) are noted.
  • PRIME Continuing Medical Education – Live, Online and Print CME/CE An Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education exemplary accredited provider, PRIME is the author of all the CME courses and case studies on its site. Courses—which are online, live, or in print—are identifiable by discipline and by topic and are searchable. CME programs are usually free, but some do require a fee.
  • CME Planner.com The CME Planner helps physicians locate live CME activities in a specific specialty, time frame, or location. The site is updated daily. Listings include sponsor, title, credits available, and fees. Free registration is required.
  • Online Continuing Medical Education Sites, Annotated List, Sklar From physician Bernard Sklar, this site provides an extensive annotated list of over 300 online sites that offer 22,000 American Medical Association Physician’s Recognition Award category 1 credits. Course descriptions include target audience, the organization that awards the credit, cost, instruction type, and financial support available. Users can search by medical specialty or topic.
  • MedscapeCME offers more than 850 online CME activities. Courses are free, but registration is required. Content can be browsed by specialty, and News CME is available. Many sessions award American Academy of Family Physicians as well as American Medical Association credit.
  • Cleveland Clinic Continuing Medical Education (CME) The Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Continuing Education sponsors or jointly sponsors live CME courses, as well as other regularly scheduled activities. Participants may choose among text-based programs, webcasts, and podcasts. Free registration is required to earn credits.
  • Harvard CME Online Harvard Medical School Department of Continuing Education offers a variety of distance learning formats for CME activities.
  • Baystate CME Baystate Medical Center Education and Research
  • CE Medicus CE Medicus provides over 9,000 hours of free CME from multiple sources. Registration is required. The site’s transcript service tracks earned credits, and opportunities for specialty credits are prominently displayed.
  • AHC Media: freeCME.com Health care publisher AHC Media is responsible for the content of the continuing education courses it offers. Courses are free, but registration is required. Courses can be sorted by specialty and by accrediting body. Weekly email alerts about new offerings are available.