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Earn Urgent Care Specific CME Credits

  The Urgent Care Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians

UCA is your ultimate resource for earning urgent care specific CME (Continuing Medical Education) credits.  From conferences and conventions to online resources, if you're looking for urgent care CME, we've got you covered. Learn more about the CME opportunities offered through UCA in the links below:


CME Conferences & Conventions
Online CME Education
CME Webinars (look for "CME" in description)
Read JUCM and earn CME

Missing CME from a previous meeting?

 

As a member benefit, most UCA programs, products, and events are offered at reduced pricing or complimentary. If you are not a member, learn how to become one now.

 

CME Program Mission Statement:

The purpose of the UCA CME Program is to provide quality education for urgent care practitioners so they improve their competence, performance and outcomes in the areas of clinical practice and clinic management.
The UCA educational activities address areas of core competence to urgent care practitioners including clinical areas of Pediatrics, Orthopedics, Minor Trauma, Dermatology, Allergy, ENT, Eye, Neurology, GI, Cardiovascular, and Pulmonary; and practice management areas of Operations, Billing & Collections, Accounting & Finance, Legal & Regulatory, Human Resources, and Communications/Marketing.
The target audience for the UCA CME Program is individuals practicing urgent care medicine.
Educational activities are provided in a variety of formats including: Live courses, Live webinars, and Internet enduring materials.
The UCA CME Program fosters the continuing professional development of practitioners through educational activities to improve their competence, performance and outcomes in the areas of clinical practice and clinic management. The expected results of the CME program are: 1) At least 85% of learners will indicate that learning objectives were substantially or completely met; and 2) The majority of learners will indicate that their practice based performance and patient outcomes will improve.

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