The state CME requirements listed above were accurate when posted, but CME state requirements change frequently. Due to COVID-19, certain states may have modified their licensure requirements. Physicians are advised to confirm requirements with the North Carolina Medical Board.
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Select from a variety of educational activities to earn CME credit that counts toward the state of North Carolina CME requirements. The AMA Ed Hub provides you with curated courses featuring trending topics such as breast cancer prevention and treatment, diabetes care and more. Our online CME courses are available in text, video and audio/podcast formats. Featured courses include:
The North Carolina Medical Board is North Carolina’s governing body for CME and medical license requirements. Their mission is to:
“protect the people of North Carolina, and the integrity of the medical profession, through just and vigilant licensing and regulation.”
Additional information can be found on the North Carolina Medical Board website or within their Resources & Information page, which includes information pertaining to CMEs, frequently asked questions and more.
Since the AMA’s inception more than 170 years ago, education has been a core part of the AMA mission to promote the art and science of medicine and the betterment of public health. The AMA Ed Hub reflects the AMA’s deep commitment to provide education that helps physicians improve outcomes for patients across the nation. Whether you’re located in Raleigh, Wilmington or anywhere in between, the AMA Ed Hub is your trusted source for online CME courses. Our self-paced online CME courses are on-demand and ready when you are, available regardless of your physical location.
Listed below are online CME activities that help you meet the North Carolina state CME requirements.
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