VCU Health CME offers several online courses that are designated for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. We also offer credit to partners for their online courses. Please visit our Online Courses planning guide for information on this process.
Current courses are listed below with links to appropriate websites to access content.
Advanced Deployed Emergency Practitioner Training (ADEPT) Online
This online program is designed to provide physicians and other healthcare professionals with the knowledge to advance the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease in the suboptimal and prehospital environment.
Learn more about this course.
NIH Office of Extramural Research - Protecting Human Research Participants
This course is designed to prepare investigators involved in the design and/or conduct of research involving human subjects to understand their obligations to protect the rights and welfare of subjects in research. The course material presents basic concepts, principles, and issues related to the protection of research participants.
As a part of NIH’s commitment to the protection of human subjects and its response to Federal mandates for increased emphasis on protection for human subjects in research, the NIH Office of Extramural Research released a policy on Required Education in the Protection of Human Research Participants in June 2000. This course is specifically designed for extramural nvestigators and is one (of many) possibilities for meeting the policy requirement.
Access the Protecting Human Research Participants course.
In order to obtain your CME certificate following completion of this course, you must complete the evaluation to be directed to the certificate download page.
If you failed to complete the evaluation, please contact Andrea Perseghin at firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions to access the evaluation and download your certificate.
VCU GenMed Podcast
The VCU GenMed Podcast covers a wide range of topics relevant to the practice of general internal medicine: scholarship, medical education, clinical practice updates, and improving life in practice. Episodes will typically feature a guest speaker discussing a topic he/she has particular expertise in. This series is meant to be both a resource to help internists keep their knowledge and skills updated and a venue for connecting with colleagues.
This activity is directed toward clinicians practicing in general medicine, with particular emphasis on general internal medicine. Clinicians from other specialties and the general public will also benefit from the content of the series.
Episodes are available at no charge with no credit, there is an additional fee for CME credit.
All VCU Heatlh GenMed Podcasts are available online.
VCU Pediatric Grand Rounds Archive
VCU Department of Pediatrics Grand Rounds Archive offers videos of past live Grand Rounds presentations online for credit. There is no fee to obtain credit.
This series is meant to be both a resource to help pediatricians keep their knowledge and skills updated who may not otherwise be able to attend the live series.
The VCU Pediatric Grand Rounds archive and schedule of live activities are available online.