Louisville Lectures and the University of Louisville are proud to announce that we now provide AMA PRA Category 1 credit ™ CME for selected lectures! It's simple! On the Internal Medicine blog page, an image will contain the lecture description (the "front matter" in CME terms) of what is being offered, how it was certified, the number of credits for which it is certified, and any conflicts of interest (and resolutions if needed). Watch the lecture free of charge. Once you are finished, click on the "CME" button to go to the University of Louisville's site to register, pay, and take the CME quiz to qualify for the credit.
Our content will always be free; however, our goal is to continue providing our viewers with amazing and high quality content and generating revenue associated with CME-credits will allow us to do so. All proceeds from CME support Louisville Lectures with the goal of improving the education of our medical trainees and faculty at the University of Louisville. We are offering our credits at $9.99 per credit hour, which is a very competitive CME price. There is no bulk purchase requirement and the materials are available without charge for viewing. Our credits can also be rounded to match the length of the lecture, there is never a reason to pay more for a slightly shorter lecture.
This CME Lecture Series is supported with a grant from The W. Paul and Lucille Caudill Little Lectureship Fund.
Who is eligible?
All US internal medicine physicians and nurse practitioners are eligible for AMA credit as above. The AMA has established reciprocity with US family medicine and osteopathic medicine accrediting bodies. Accrediting bodies outside the United States also have a significant amount of reciprocity and you may be able to apply these credits to your requirements. If you have any questions about whether or these credits will apply for you, please contact your accrediting body before participating.
- Family medicine physicians in the US are eligible for AFP Elective Credits
- Osteopathic physicians are eligible for AOA Category 2 credits
- U.S. Nurse Practitioners are eligible through the ANA CME credentialing body
- The EU
- AMA Credits are mutually recognized by the UEMS
- Australia and Oceania