Massachusetts Physicians State Board required courses bundle for License Renewal

This course bundle helps you attain the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine -required mandatory topic CME credits. The  Seven online courses cover three topics per the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine requirements for your license renewal.

Topics covered:

  • Risk Management: 8 Credits
  • Pain Management: 3 Credits
  • Implicit Bias: 2 Credits


Courses included in this package

Risk Management: The Basics - 1.00 Credit

Legal Minefields in Medicine: Protect your career - Webcast - 7.00 Credits

Controlled Substances Prescribing - Pain Management - 1.00 Credit

CDC Guidelines for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain and Controlled Substance Reporting System -1 Credit

Substance and Opioid Use Disorders - 1 Credit

Unconscious Bias and Healthcare Part I - 1 Credit

Unconscious Bias and Healthcare Part II - 1 Credit


Controlled Substances Prescribing - Pain Management

Duration: 60 mins

1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
1 Contact Hours




Healthcare ManagementPrimary CareNursingFamily PracticeInternal MedicinePhysician AssistantsGeneral PracticeGeneral and Internal MedicineFamily and Patient Centered Care



Suppose you cancel the course booking within 14 calendar days of receiving your order confirmation and before the start of the course. In that case, you are entitled to a refund of the price paid after deducting the online transaction charges.

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eMedEvents neither represents any State Medical Board nor claims to provide any online course on behalf of the State Medical Board. Subscribing to any of our CME/CE online courses is entirely at the user's discretion, and they should verify with their State Medical Board for their current re-licensure requirements.