Connecticut Physicians State Board required Courses and Internal Medicine Course Bundle for License Renewal
This course bundle helps you attain the Connecticut Physicians state board required topic(s) & Internal Medicine CME credits. The Eighteen online courses cover five required topics per the Connecticut Physicians state board and Thirteen Internal Medicine topics for your license renewal.
Courses included in this package
Case Studies in HIV and Aging - 1.00 Credit
Health Disparities in Trans youth - 1.00 Credit
Risk Management: The Basics - 1.00 Credit
Harassment: A Sepsis in Healthcare Part I - 1.00 Credit
Laboratory Studies in Rheumatology - 1.00 Credit
Flame Out: A Primer on a Physician Challenge - 1.00 Credit
Cardiovascular Disease in Diabetes - 1.00 Credit
Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis - 1.00 Credit
Oral Pharmacology in Type II Diabetes - 1.25 Credits
Resistant Hypertension: Secondary Causes and Emergencies - 1.00 Credit
COPD: Review of Current Treatment Guidelines - 1.00 Credit
Antidiabetic Pharmacology Part 2 - Injectables - 1.00 Credit
Updates in Asthma Management - 1.00 Credit
Case Based Medical Errors in Primary Care - 1.00 Credit
Crystal Arthropathies - 1.00 Credit
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