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Earn CME credits and gain a better understanding of important issues of women’s health. Learn about Breast Cancer, Osteoporosis, Cervical Cancer, Menopause, Uterine Bleeding, Pelvic Floor Disorders, Cardiovascular Disease, and Obstetrics.
Keep up with the latest advances in women's health while earning CME and MOC credits. Topics include Breast Cancer, Osteoporosis, Cervical Cancer, Menopause, Uterine Bleeding, Pelvic Floor Disorders, Cardiovascular Disease, Obstetrics, and more.
The articles below encompass virtually every aspect of women's health and every discipline of medicine. The course is built from a JAMA series highlighting issues of high clinical relevance to generalist clinicians and the public, including menarche, menopause, pregnancy, and diseases relevant to women’s health over the lifespan. Many of the articles have accompanying podcasts to facilitate dissemination to those who prefer to acquire information by listening to a conversation.
The CME and MOC activity is relevant for U.S. and Worldwide Physicians, Medical Students, Residents, Nurses, Physician Assistants and other Allied Health Professionals who participate in the diagnosis, prescribing, and treatment of patients.
Get started today and discover treatments, prevention, and health policies surrounding Women’s Health. Topics you will learn about as a part of this online CME course include:
The Women’s Health CME is a 18.0 credit online course designed for all medical professionals. The series includes the effect of women’s health on all fields of medicine. Articles target a wide range of signs and symptoms, life transitions (eg, menarche, menopause, pregnancy), and diseases relevant to women’s health over the lifespan.
For over 100 years, the AMA has played an important role in the development of medicine in the United States. In order to provide medical professionals with current and informative coursework, our Women’s Health CME features coursework from a variety of Journals, including JAMA Oncology, JAMA Cardiology, and JAMA Network Open.
Interested in accreditation details? You can find accreditation information for each module of the Women’s Health CME at the bottom of their corresponding quiz pages.
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