FREE CME Educational Opportunities
Physicians licensed in North Dakota are required by law to complete at least sixty (60) hours of continuing medical education approved by the North Dakota State Board of Medical Examiners every three years. The links below provide information on FREE CME opportunities that may be of interest to North Dakota physicians.
CME SOAR Online CME Series * FREE!
SOAR Online is designed to educate health care providers, social workers, public health professionals, and behavioral health professionals on how to identify, treat, and respond appropriately to individuals who are at risk or who have been trafficked. Learn more here.
CME Educational Opportunities * FREE!
UND CME is offering three new courses addressing the most current information on COVID-19 from diagnosis to treatment and the vaccines:
Join Dakota Geriatrics every 2nd Tuesday at 12pm CT
Learn about best practices and evidence-based care for your patients through didactic and case presentations:
- Learn about the key components of the 4Ms Framework:
- What Matters
- Improve geriatric care for older adults at their location
- Present your de-identified cases for collaborative discussion and guidance
TeleECHO offers free educational credits for healthcare professionals.
FREE CME OPPORTUNITY
The ND Department of Health Oral Health Program, in partnership with the University of North Dakota and Project ECHO™, feature an eleven-part series focused on improving oral health in North Dakota through services provided by primary care and public health professionals.
Earn FREE CME credit:
Read the instructions on how to view the online recordings
Access the trainings through the CME Attendee Portal
Oral Health In Primary Care TeleECHO™
- FREE continuing education (CME) for medical professionals.
- Sessions are pre-recorded, and 45-60 minutes each.
- Sessions with CME will be freely available online for one-year.
Topics Covered in this Series Include
- The need to address oral health in primary care settings
- Completing pediatric dental screens in primary care settings
- Applying and billing for fluoride varnish application in a health care setting
- Talking with patients about safe drinking water, community water fluoridation, and oral health in the pediatric and young adult patient
- Screening for, and discussing, oral health concerns among older adults
- Importance of discussing and addressing oral health with pregnant persons
- Providing oral health care for adults who are covered by Medicaid or who are uninsured
- Preventing use of non-dental facilities for dental care in North Dakota
- Implementing medical-dental integration in North Dakota
- Working with patients who are American Indian or Alaska Native: Oral health screening, referral, and education
- Discussing oral health and prevention strategies with patients in non-dental settings
If you have any questions about this ECHO series, please contact Julie Reiten, Project ECHO Coordinator at Julie.a.reiten@UND.edu.