The Doctor’s Channel CME Videos Product Review

CMEList June 14, 2018

About the Doctor’s Channel:

The Doctor’s Channel provides free CME videos and medical news. The videos feature insights covering over 50 specialties and other relevant topics related to the medical community.

How CME Credits are Earned:

To earn CME credits, users must take a pretest before watching the video and a post-test after watching the video. Some courses have more than one video and each course requires a different exam score to earn the CME credits.

What topics does The Doctor’s Channel cover?

The Doctor’s Channel free CME videos cover many topics and over 50 specialties. Some of the most popular topics include:

  • Fungal Infections
  • Diabetes
  • HCV
  • Sleep for Inpatients
  • Osteoporosis
  • Strokes
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Hyperkalemia
  • Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis
  • Costs of Care

Benefits of The Doctor’s Channel CME Videos

  • Quickness
    • Most of the free CME videos are quick, around 20 minutes. This makes earning your CME credits faster compared to other time-consuming alternatives. In addition, these videos are designed to get to the point so you take away the most important information.
  • Easy to Consume Information
    • The Doctor’s Channel CME Videos make it very simple to comprehend the information being relayed. The videos contain helpful and informative diagrams and the narrators/lecturers do a great job in conveying the information in a clear and succinct manner. See the image below for an example of the information being relayed in a Doctor’s Channel CME video.


  • Price
    • All of the CME videos on the Doctor’s Channel are free. These videos provide a great option for those looking to earn their remaining CME credits at no charge.

Drawbacks of the Doctor’s Channel CME Videos

  • Low Number of Credits
    • The Doctor Channel’s CME videos do not provide many CME credits. The number of credits for each video ranges from .25 credits to 1 credit.
  • Limited Formats
    • The Doctor Channel’s CME activities only come in video format. As a result, these activities may not appeal to people whose learning preferences are not visual.

The Doctor’s Channel Pricing:

All of the CME videos on the Doctor’s Channel are free CME activities.

Takeaways

The Doctor Channel’s CME videos are ideal for visual learners who are looking to earn their remaining credits. The videos are quick, easy to comprehend, and for free. These videos are perfect for physicians who are close to meeting their annual CME requirements.

Rating: 4 Stars