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Continuing Medical Education

State Required CME

For those who need state required opioid CME, this is the perfect module for you.

Board Vitals opioid prescribing, substance abuse, and pain management CME is great for physicians, PAs, and NPs. It gets you 12 category 1 CME hours.

Board Vitals has another great option for clinicians with state required CME of the palliative care variety. This is worth 10 category 1 CME credits for physicians, PAs, and NPs.


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World-class PANCE/PANRE board-review for PAs or CME for MDs, PAs, and NPs. Used as a student, medical educator, and contributor, I cannot recommend it enough. 

HIPPO Reviews and Perspectives (RAPs) CME Podcasts

Written by the prolific author, speaker, and consultant Robert M. Blumm, MA, PA, PA-C Emeritus, DFAAPA. The book is a must for any PA who works in surgery. Highly recommended for office, hospital, or operating room based clinicians. 

Do you find memorizing antibiotics tedious and difficult? Join the club. That’s why the Sanford guide to Antimicrobial Therapy exists. 

Easy Reading

The new novel by PA and author J. Michael Jones, Waters of Bimini is a science fiction story that hits close to home for just about every clinician.

Curtis Eisner, a brilliant neurosurgeon and his neurosurgical PA, Bryan Rogers, team up to put an end to devastating spinal cord injuries. However, the corporate world of medicine threatens to take Dr. Eisner’s genius down a dark and dangerous path. 

The book is under $10 on Kindle and easily worth the twenty bucks for the paperback version on Amazon Prime. (If you don’t have Prime, try it free for 30 days).

A classic by legendary novelist and British neurologist Oliver Sacks, MD. This book is a fascinating collection of his best clinical stories of the rarest, as well as most common, neurologic disorders.

Even if you’ve never been interested in neurology per se, the clinical reasoning and pure humanity of Dr. Sacks is something all clinicians should experience. Do that now and enrich your life

There is no better way to spend your commute than with a good audiobook or podcast. There’s no worse way than listening to commercials on the radio the whole time.

Try Audible for free for thirty days, with two free audio books included.  

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