Contact your local CME department or visit their website for more information about regional CME activities and offerings.
Contact: Tabitha Egger
St. Mary Medical Center (Long Beach)
Contact: Eliana Campbell
Contact: Ronda Lundenberg
Contact: Mayra Torres
Northridge Hospital Medical Center/ Roscoe Campus
Contact: Nina Hirsch
Contact: Diana Baltazar
St. Mary's Medical Center (San Francisco)
Contact: Kathy Banks
St. Bernardine Medical Center (San Bernardino)
Contact: Ann Flasschoen
St. John’s Hospitals (Oxnard)
Contact: Fiona Kilner
Earn CME/CE/MOC credit for each search conducted through ClinicalKey or ClinicalKey for Nursing. You must be logged in to ClinicalKey/Clinicaly for Nursing and have an account to earn credit.* Instructions for claiming credit here. Download the ClinicalKey mobile app to start earning credit on the go!
JAMA Network (CME/MOC)
Earn CME and MOC credits with JAMA's JN Learning. Dignity Health physicians automatically receive 10 free CME activities. To access these free activities, create a JAMA account or sign into your existing JAMA Network account.*
NEJM Knowledge+ (CME/MOC)
NEJM's FREE Pain Management and Opioids module covers the entire FDA "Education Blueprint for Health Care Providers Involved in the Treatment and Monitoring of Patients with Pain." Users will be prompted to create a NEJM Knowlege+ account. Note: Other NEJM Knowledge+ modules require a personal NEJM subscription.
California Assembly Bill 1195 requires continuing medical education activities with patient care components to include curriculum in the subjects of cultural and linguistic competency. When participating in CME activities, consider disparities and barriers to care beyond race, ethnicity and language, as demonstrated in the diversity wheel to the right (IMQ, 2013). Learn more about cultural and linguistic competency:
Starting in January 2022, California Assembly Bill 241 will require that continuing education programs for physicians, nurses and physician assistants include implicit bias training. Learn more about implicit bias or unconscious bias:
*Go to the Health Equity Tab for more Implicit Bias Research Articles*
Unless otherwise stated, articles on the ABOG MOC reading lists are open access or available through the ABOG diplomat portal.
August 2020 ABOG MOC Reading List was not published.
**All continuing education activities are free unless otherwise stated**