Texas CME Requirements and CME Courses
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This selection of comprehensive CME courses will help physicians licensed in Texas complete their Texas CME requirements. The Texas Medical Board requires physicians to earn at least 48 CME Credits every 2 years. Of these 48 CME credits, 24 must be AMA, AOA and/or AAFP Category 1 Credits™ and 2 must be on Medical Ethics CME or Professional Responsibility. Find the right CME course for you and complete your Texas CME requirements quickly and conveniently.
Preventing and Responding to Medical Errors will help you to:
• Recognize how root causes and other factors contribute to errors and medical adverse events;
• Understand the difference between active and latent causes of medical adverse events;
• Manage your ethical obligation to promptly and openly disclose a medical error to a patient and their family;
• Develop ongoing patient safety improvement efforts based on national standards and guidelines
Meets Special CME Requirements in Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Texas.
Target Audience: Physicians focusing on Medical ErrorsSee full details chevron_right
The Human Side of Medical Errors will help you to:
• Deal with complex ethical issues that arise when caring for colleagues;
• Share bad news with patients or families compassionately and effectively;
• Participate in safe and efficient patient handoffs with other healthcare providers; and
• Recognize and respond appropriately to disruptive behavior that is endangering patient safety within the health care team.
Meets Special CME Requirements inConnecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Texas.
Target Audience: Physicians focusing on Risk Management.See full details chevron_right
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