Information for CME Participants
NYU School of Medicine’s continuing medical education (CME) office offers a broad range of activities, including live activities, enduring materials, and regularly scheduled series events such as grand rounds.
Our live activities include in-person conferences, courses, and workshops presented over one or more days. View a list of upcoming live activities.
The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education defines an enduring material as “a printed, recorded, or computer-presented CME activity that may be used over time at various locations and which, in itself, constitutes a planned activity.” See a selection of our current enduring materials.
A regularly scheduled series, sometimes referred to as an RSS, is a CME activity consisting of multiple sessions that occur on a regular basis, usually weekly, monthly, or quarterly. Grand rounds, tumor boards, case conferences, and morbidity and mortality conferences are all examples of regularly scheduled series.
Our regularly scheduled series occur during the academic year, generally September 1 to August 31. We accept applications to run RSS events for credit throughout the month of July. To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org. We provide additional information for CME course directors about running an approved RSS event.
The audiences for our regularly scheduled CME series events are generally NYU Langone Health faculty, staff, and students. View schedules for our regularly scheduled series.
The method you use to claim credit for a CME activity depends on the type of event and when the event occurred.
Claim CME Credit for Live Activities
Claim CME Credit for Regularly Scheduled Series
Your department’s regularly scheduled series coordinator tracks your attendance at events and provides our CME office with records for the academic year (September 1 through August 31). We upload your credits and let you know they’re available by email.
If you wish to claim credits for academic years 2014–15 and 2015–16 and are from NYU Langone Health, login to EthosCE (please note that you must be on the NYU Langone network to access the form). If you’re logging in from outside NYU Langone Health and wish to receive credits for academic years 2014–15 and 2015–16, login to EthosCE here.
For academic year 2016–17 and beyond, all credits will be available through our learning management system.