CME requirements listed above were updated based on information from the Vermont Board of Medical Practice, but education requirements do change. Due to COVID-19, certain states may have modified their licensure requirements.
Physicians are advised to confirm Vermont’s current MD requirements with the Vermont Board of Medical Practice website and DO requirements with the Vermont
Office of Professional Regulation (OPR) website.
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You can select from a variety of education activities to earn CME credit that counts toward the state of Vermont CME requirements. On the AMA Ed Hub you can find curated courses featuring
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The Vermont Board of Medical Practice is Vermont’s governing body for MD CME and medical license requirements. Additional information can be found on their
website or within their
CME Tips & Information document.
The Vermont OPR is the governing body for DO CME and medical license requirements. Additional information can be found on their website or within their
Licenses And Examination page.
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Listed below are online CME activities that help you meet the Vermont topical state CME requirements.
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