Continuing medical education for physicians, researchers, students, and other health professionals is offered by the Cobb Institute as well as other organizations. Reports of topics and systems designed to correct health care disparities are emphasized. CME activities can be searched below by topic or format to see what is currently available.
August 2-6, 2014 (Symposium on August 3)
Hawaii Convention Center, Honolulu, Hawaii
Unequal Treatment Revisited 10 Years After: Are We on the Right Path? Part II
Panel Discussion and Q&A
Social Determinants of Health
Rodney Hood, MD- Financial Model for Social-Clinical Intervention
Dwight Tillery, Esq- Prescription for Community Participation
Edith Mitchell, MD- Environmental Impact on Cancer Prevention
Lisa Merritt, MD- Multicultural Health Institute in Florida
This symposium and educational activity is designated for a maximum of 2 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
This CME-certified webcast contains video and downloadable slides from the 8th Annual W. Montague Cobb/NMA Scientific Symposium and Lectureship. Navigating the Complex World of Cancer Diagnosis and Care: How Can We Minimize Disparities?, a prIME Oncology educational activity, was held on July 28, 2013 during the NMA Annual Convention and Scientific Assembly in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
prIME Oncology (link to prIME Oncology accreditation) designates this Internet-based, enduring activity for a maximum of 1.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. CME credit is earned by viewing the webcast and completing a test online. Physicians should claim only credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
prIME Oncology NMA Symposium Webcast
This Webcast contains video and downloadable slides from the symposium, Bridging Racial Disparities in Cancer Incidence and Outcomes, a prIME Oncology educational activity, was held on July 30, 2012 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The Cobb Institute is pleased to bring you another online CME program that addresses the need for ongoing education in a comfortable, user friendly environment. You can work on the CME program at your convenience from office, home or while out of town. The choice is yours alone. The majority of the online CME programs are sponsored and therefore of no cost to you but some require a modest fee. We want to make both options available to you and also to assure you that the array of content offered meets your CME needs.
Currently the newest addition this week is from the orthopedic CME offering and can be found by clicking this link. Webinar: AAOS/AOFAS Lisfranc Injuries in Athletes, click here to view more.